Shuf­fle off your in­hi­bi­tions

The Herald Business - - Innovations -

AP­PLE has just re­leased the latest in­car­na­tion of its ubiq­ui­tous iPod, the Shuf­fle. Nearly half the size of the orig­i­nal Shuf­fle, this new ver­sion is just half a cu­bic inch in vol­ume, weighs half an ounce and fea­tures a min­i­mal­ist aluminum de­sign with a builtin clip, mak­ing it the most wear­able iPod ever. The new ver­sion con­tains one gi­ga­byte of flash me­mory which holds around 240 songs, and is priced at £55.

With its ul­tra-com­pact de­sign and built-in clip, the new iPod Shuf­fle is the most wear­able iPod ever.

The Shuf­fle fea­tures up to 12 hours of bat­tery life and is based on Ap­ple’s shuf­fle fea­ture which lets mu­sic fans serve up a con­tin­u­ous mix of their favourite songs any­where they go.

Users con­nect the new iPod Shuf­fle to their Mac or PC with the in­cluded dock, and iTunes’ in­no­va­tive Aut­oFill fea­ture au­to­mat­i­cally syncs the cor­rect num­ber of songs from their mu­sic li­brary and is in­te­grated with

iTunes 7 and the iTunes Store, al­low­ing you to choose from a se­lec­tion of over 3.5 mil­lion songs from the world’s most pop­u­lar dig­i­tal mu­sic store.


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