Apple's iPod shuffle now available in five colorsApple on Tuesday announced that it's most wearable digital music player is now available in five vibrant colors: blue, pink, green, orange and the original silver.
A hit with customers since its initial shipment three months ago, iPod shuffle is just half a cubic inch in volume, weighs just half an ounce and features a aluminum design with a built-in clip.
Based on Apple's shuffle feature which lets music fans enjoy a continuous mix of their favorite songs anywhere they go, iPod shuffle contains one gigabyte of flash memory, holds up to 240 songs and sells for just $79.
"iPod shuffle is the world's most wearable digital music player," said Greg Joswiak, Apple's vice president of Worldwide iPod Product Marketing. "Music fans can now choose iPod shuffle in one of five brilliant colors, or they can buy one of each."
The miniature players features up to 12 hours of battery life and lets users shuffle their songs to listen to them in a random order or simply flip a switch to listen to their songs in order, such as when listening to a new album.
Users connect iPod shuffle to their PC or Mac with the included dock, and iTunes' innovative AutoFill feature automatically syncs the precise number of songs from their music library. Meanwhile, integration with iTunes 7 and the iTunes Store allows customers to choose from a selection of over four million songs from the world's most popular digital music store.
Pricing & Availability
The new iPod shuffle is available immediately worldwide through the Apple Store, Apple's retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers for $79 (US). iPod shuffle includes an iPod shuffle dock and earbuds.
The tiny digital music player requires a Mac with a USB 2.0 port and Mac OS X version 10.3.9 or later and iTunes 7.0.2 or later; or a Windows PC with a USB 2.0 port and Windows 2000 (Service Pack 4), Windows XP Home or Professional (Service Pack 2) and iTunes 7.0.2 or later. Internet access is required and a broadband connection is recommended.
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