Update Fixes Bugs in 4th Gen iPod Nano

Apple released a significant update for 4th generation iPod Nano Tuesday night. Software Version 1.0.3 includes a number of fixes to cover art and photo distortion issues that some users had been experiencing, and delivers support for the eagerly awaited Apple in-ear headphones with mic and remote.

Although the headphones were announced in September when the iPod Nano line was refreshed, they have remained as yet unavailable.

Nano users can obtain the new software by connecting the digital media player to their computer and launching iTunes. Follow the prompts for downloading and installing the software.

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