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Offers support for playlists.
Multilingual VoiceOver feature that announces track information.
Battery status and menu navigation.
Ultra compact design.
Onbody controls are back.
Very good sound quality.
Good battery life
Limited 2GB of memory.
No FM radio.
Limited format support.
VoiceOver only works for user created playlists.
Operating the clip is slightly difficult due to small size.
Clip location interferes with controls.
Loses headphones with inline controls.
By uk.hardware.info on January 05, 2013
The iPod Shuffle in its current incarnation is probably the perfect music player for keeping you company during work, working out or traveling. It's so light and small you don't notice it's on you, the build quality is excellent, and despite...
By Trusted Reviews on October 23, 2012
Apple likes to refresh its products fairly regularly. Each year, the iPhone and iPad get a facelift, but some of the iPod brothers aren't so lucky. The iPod Classic hasn't been overhauled properly since 2007, and the iPod shuffle has been the...
By cnet on October 17, 2012
The Apple iPod Shuffle is an adorable way to take your favorite songs on the go, but sometimes it's too small for its own...
By laptops.co.uk on July 09, 2012
If you’re after a companion to keep you company whilst you’re going on your jog but don’t want to spend £129 for a 6th Generation iPod Nano then this is the one for you. However, if you’re after a music player that is small...
By 5FWD on April 24, 2012
The iPod Shuffle might not be able to store as many songs as the rest of the iPod range but for £40 you’re getting one of the best, smallest and well-built MP3 players around perfect for when hitting the gym or on the move. So long as the...
By Whathifi.com on December 02, 2011
The first iPod Shuffle was released in 2005 as a cost-effective solution for those who enjoyed listening to a randomly shuffled selection of tracks. As small as it’s ever been and with an integrated clip, it remains a simple machine, and ideal...
By CNET Asia on December 14, 2010
The iPod shuffle's buttons are back, and the lightest, smallest MP3 player on the planet is now better than ever....
By Whathifi.com on December 07, 2010
Many thought that scored an own goal with the third-generation iPod Shuffle.Stripping it of controls made for a dinkier device, but forced owners to either stick with the supplied headphones (with an in-line remote) or pay extra for an remote...
By ZOMGitsCj on November 28, 2010
You cant really complain about the iPod shuffle. I mean sure, it would have been nice if there was a 4GB option, and maybe it’d be nice if the in-box headphones had inline controls. But otherwise we think Apple was pretty smart with the redesign...
By About.com on November 22, 2010
The 4th generation iPod Shuffle retreats from some of the innovations introduced in the 3rd generation model, making this version of the Shuffle look and work a lot like the 2nd generation Shuffle.New Features in the 4th Generation ShuffleThe 3rd...
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