A stylish 4GB version of Apple’s new 4th generation (4G) iPod Nano has been spotted on sale on several retail websites across many countries in Europe including Germany and Netherlands.
Though there are still no signs of this version being available in UK with only standard 8GB and 16GB versions doing the rounds.
It seems that with this 4GB version Apple is trying target customers with lower income levels and people who do not necessarily have a large music collection.
In case, the 4GB version does make its way into UK, it is expected to cost somewhere around 95GBP and Incidentally the 4GB version is available in nine different shades.
Last week unofficial images of the 4GB model were sighted on the Internet which sent the rumour mills into overdrive.
Apple had earlier indicated that the 4G model would be available in 8GB and 16GB variants only during the “Let’s Rock” event held on 9th of September.