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Unlike all previous iPod nanos, the sixth-generation nano is controlled using the same sort of touch-sensitive display as the iPod touch. Swiping left or right with a finger navigates forward and back among four screen pages loaded with four icons per screen. Tapping an icon launches the function (the nano doesn`t run apps). Once a function has been launched, the same swiping and tapping actions are used to navigate within its menu of sub-functions, such as picking a song to play or changing stations in the built-in FM radio.
As with the iPod touch, it`s possible to rearrange the main function icons, moving them from one screen page to another or to different positions on a pagetailoring the user interface to suit your personal preferences. Turning two fingers clockwise or counter-clockwise on the display will re-orient the display, one 90-angle at a time, in the same direction.
But whereas the iPod touch can be loaded with new applications purchased from the Apple iTunes storeexpanding its functionsthe nano cannot. It will only ever do what Apple has chosen to build into it.