Apple intros iPod Radio Remote, AV Kit, in-ear nano headphonesApple today announced the iPod Radio Remote which combines the convenience of a wired remote control with new FM radio capabilities for the iPod nano and fifth generation iPod.
The iPod Radio Remote is a convenient way for music lovers to skip tracks and adjust the volume of their iPod even when its in a pocket or backpack, and listen to FM radio stations while displaying station and song information on their iPod screen.
The iPod Radio Remote combines two great features in one elegant product, said Greg Joswiak, Apples vice president of Worldwide iPod Product Marketing. The iPod Radio Remote is both the best remote control and the best FM radio listening experience for iPod.
In addition to the iPod Radio Remote, Apple also introduced the iPod AV Connection Kit and the new iPod nano In-Ear Lanyard Headphones.
The iPod AV Connection Kit includes everything needed to connect the iPod to a TV for watching photo slideshows and video, or a stereo system for listening to music, and charges the iPod. Meanwhile, the new iPod nano In-Ear Lanyard Headphones combine the best of the iPod nano Lanyard Headphones and the Apple In-Ear Headphones, providing convenience and style with comfort and sound quality.
Pricing and Availability
The $49 iPod Radio Remote includes a pair of Apple headphones with a shorter cable, which compliment the iPod Radio Remote. With the new device, the iPod displays station and song information for stations that support the Radio Data System (RDS).
The iPod AV Connection Kit includes an iPod Universal Dock, an Apple Remote, an iPod AV Cable, an iPod Dock Connector to USB 2.0 Cable and an iPod USB Power Adapter and is compatible with all iPod models with a dock connector for $99.
The iPod nano In-Ear Lanyard Headphones will be available for $49 and include three different sized caps to ensure the headphones fit comfortably and securely.
On Topic: General
- This week on AppleInsider: Steve Jobs tributes, iPhone & Watch launches, iOS security & more
- Elon Musk walks back Apple Car, Apple Watch aspersions in Twitter confessional
- Obama administration opts to avoid mandatory decryption for law enforcement requests
- Apple search partner DuckDuckGo takes shots at Google, says tracking isn't needed to profit
- AppleInsider podcast goes to the movies, talks Steve Jobs, iMac rumors, Microsoft & more