Apple's latest little Shuffle Video
At the Apple Computer showcase in San Francisco on Sept. 12, 2006, Jobs revealed the 1GB, aluminum-encased, wearable Shuffle, which costs $79. He called it the "world's smallest MP3 player."
You might as well call the second-generation Apple iPod Shuffle the "iPod Microscopic." Still screenless, the silver anodized-aluminium iPod Shuffle is, according to Steve Jobs, the smallest MP3 player in the world.
The aluminum iPod Shuffle still doesn't have a screen, but the wearable player is smaller and more affordable than ever.
Two of the smallest competitors enter the Prizefight ring for an MP3 player punchout. How will Apple's latest iPod Shuffle match up with SanDisk's Sansa Clip?
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs presented new Nanos to the crowd at Apple's showcase in San Francisco on September 12, 2006. The new Nanos will come in three models--a 2GB in silver only; a 4GB in silver, blue, pink, and green; and an 8GB in black only.
For the fourth-generation, Apple brought the iPod Shuffle's buttons back, along with a few extra features that make the lightest, smallest MP3 player on the planet better than ever.
Apple's third-generation Shuffle is the smallest iPod yet and uses an internal voice to announce song information.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the latest redesign of the company's smallest iPod line at its September 2010 music event Wednesday in San Francisco. Finger controls are back by popular demand to go along with voice over and playlist features.
At Apple Computer's Worldwide Developers Conference 2006 in San Francisco, Scott Forstall, the company's vice president of platform experience, demonstrates the power of Core Animation, which will be part of the updated Mac OS X. The developer tool can be used to create motion graphics with little coding.
Preparing to jostle with the throng of competitors offering flash-based music players, Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the new iPod Shuffle at Macworld Expo in San Francisco. It will be available at two price-points and sizes - 512MB for $99 and 1G for $149.