The new Apple iPod nano V3 is a mid-range iPod portable media player introduced by Apple Inc. on September 7, 2005. It comes with combined features of both the iPod shuffle and iPod classic. Came out mainly with an intention of replacing the iPod mini, the ipod has attractive features and characteristics that are really stunning and mind-blowing. It took around nine months for Apple to complete the design of the nano v3. The Apple iPod nano V3 comes with flash memory but has a miniaturized version of the color screen and click wheel that existed on the iPod classic. The battery and other internal parts are also much smaller than mini.
The iPod nano V3 works with iTunes on Mac OS X or Microsoft Windows. It is capable of connecting through the same proprietary dock connector as the third-generation iPod, the fourth-generation iPod, and the iPod mini, with the help of a USB 2.0 port on the user's computer. Although it uses the same connection as Apple's FireWire iPod Cable and it can also charge its battery over FireWire, the iPod nano does not support synchronizing over a FireWire connection. The nano V3 has attractive features including a stop watch and a multiple time zone clock function. It also has a combination lock feature that makes use of the click wheel for locking the iPod, and serving to secure the user's calendar and contact information. This is also the first iPod that includes a new lyrics screen, modifiable using iTunes.
The Apple iPod nano V3 does not synchronize or connect over FireWire. It comes with a size of 1.6 in (40 mm) wide, 3.5 in (90 mm) long, 0.27 in (6.9 mm) thick and weighing1.5 ounces (42 grams) making it too small and comfortable to hold in hand. This model has a battery life is up to 14 hours.