Steve Jobs referred to this device as “Super Nano”

In the policies of some American companies there is always the occasional dark clause and it is not for less, in an industry in which innovation is a big part of success, a leak of content or confidential knowledge can perfectly sink a company. We have recently seen how the occasional former employee of the bitten apple has been sued by Apple itself for revealing very important secrets.

Recently some emails from Steve Jobs were made public and they raised a lot of excitement about it, they were part of an agenda of senior officials of the Cupertino firm in which they talked about prototypes, future products, variations and updates of the current ones and more, but what has sounded the most has been iPod Super Nano.

What would it have become?

The iPod Nano that we know is an MP3 device that set a trend in its time almost at the same level as the iPhone itself. Visually it is not known how the Super Nano could have been if it had come to light, but we do know that instead of 150 dollars, which was the price at which the iPod Nano was sold, it would have been 200 dollars, according to our colleagues from 9to5Mac.


Beyond that, not much is known since, as we have commented above, one of the things that highlights large firms, especially US technology firms, is its secrecy and security Before any type of leak, although it has happened more than once and Apple is not perfect either, which many consider one of the most important visionaries in history, Steve Jobs, also had the odd mistake.

A very curious fact that he left us before leaving was a very curious talk he had with the current CEO of the brand, Tim Cook, in which they talked about something else that was quite interesting.

Source: iPadizate by

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