Apple’s redesigned iPod shuffle hits 4GB, talks to you

Posted on March 11, 2009. Filed under: Apple, Gadget News | Tags: , , |

By Thomas Ricker, Engadget


Bam, another Apple rumor vindicated. Apple just doubled the capacity of its iPod shuffle to 4GB while ditching the control wheel entirely. The new design keeps the clip and adds VoiceOver — a new feature that gets around the lack of display by telling you which song is playing and who performs it at the touch of a button on the earbud cable. It’ll also call out your playlists and let you navigate to others. No word on which languages are supported. Available in black or silver for $80.


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[…] were wondering why the new voice-enabled iPod shuffle even has a standard 3.5mm headphone jack since it’s controlled by proprietary headphones, and […]

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