The iPod nano 1.1 firmware update has slipped out silently, letting you use the sleep/wake button to skip or pause your music. Pressing and holding the button will turn the nano off now, as well, much like the iPhone and iPad's do. The biggest benefit? You won't have to be quite so dependent on that tiny touchscreen anymore. [Apple via iPodNN]
iPod Nano Update Gives Your Sleep/Wake Button Bonus Powers
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