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Replying to The New Ipod Shuffle
Posted 02 October 2009 - 10:02 PM
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Posted 27 June 2009 - 04:48 PM
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Posted 03 May 2009 - 04:42 PM
The only problem with the shuffle, is the lack of control over a play list, it is just that, play of shuffle, and it can be very frustrating.
This is true... But that's the market, there has got to be something for everyone. I find my second generation iPod Shuffle to be a great mp3 player, because I am not picky when it comes to music. I only transfer those songs that I wish to listen, or fill it with music randomly if I want to explore my library, and that's it. Every now and then I do press "next" but most of the time I keep the shuffle option on without touching anything else.
And now, with the new generation and the introduction of multiple playlists, Apple will surely gain more customers. Many will still only be using just one playlist (e.g. me - if I even buy the new one), and the rest will be happy because of the new option
Posted 02 May 2009 - 04:24 PM
Posted 25 April 2009 - 01:24 AM
a nano on the other hand, ,may cost a little more but gives you much more control, as well as this if there is a software issue, the nano is
much much easier to fix, a shuffle you pretty much have to throw away.
Posted 04 April 2009 - 09:51 PM
Posted 15 March 2009 - 06:18 PM
Apple never stops surprising me by it's remarcable products. Now they've released the new Ipod Shuffle. I'm really thinking about aquiring one .
Small size, 1.8" tall x 0.3" thin to be exact.
To create the world’s smallest music player, we moved the controls from iPod shuffle to the earbud cord. This allowed us to make the new iPod shuffle dramatically smaller, but not just for dramatically smaller’s sake. It’s also easier to use, with the controls located where you can access them quickly.
Easy access controls.
The controls of the new iPod shuffle are located on the right earbud cord. With command central now strategically placed in this more convenient location, you can navigate your music — and activate the VoiceOver feature — without taking your eyes off your run, your ride, or whatever you’re doing.
Your music library. To go.
There was a time when limited storage meant you had to leave a lot of your songs on the sync-room floor. But now that iPod shuffle has 4GB of storage, you have plenty of room to store hours and hours of music — up to 1,000 songs.* With room for multiple playlists, too.
Musically speaking, the new iPod shuffle is brilliant, thanks to an exciting new feature called VoiceOver. Say you’re listening to a song and want to know the title or the artist. With the press of a button, VoiceOver tells you as the music dips down. It even announces the names of your playlists. And when your battery needs charging, VoiceOver tells you that, too.
You’ve probably made multiple playlists in iTunes. One for your commute. One for the gym. One for just chilling out. With the new iPod shuffle, you can sync your playlists and always find the perfect mix for your activity or mood. VoiceOver tells you the name of each playlist, so it’s easy to switch between them and find the one you want without looking.
Shuffle. Straight. Stop.
The shuffle switch has three positions. Flip it to the left, and your music shuffles for a “whatever happens, happens” flow. Flip it to the middle, and your songs play in order. Or flip to the right to turn it off.
What do you things about this guys. I'm also waiting for this July because rumors says that there will be released the next generation of Iphones .