One thing is for certain about the latest iPod shuffle: it is certainly the most space conservation Apple iPod yet. This MP3 player is exactly 1.8 longand 0.3 in thicknes. As of yet the Apple shuffle is the world’s smallest device of music. In order to make the Apple shuffle the smallest iPod yet, Apple has seriously changed the look and functionality of the shuffle by moving the guiding key and volume buttons onto the earbud chord. The position of the keys are smartly placed for quick and convenient access without the need to watch the screen to locate the controls. The fact that the iPod shuffle ships or can be purchased with 4 gigs of room you can store up to one thousand songs, not to mention room for multiple playlistsas well.
The new iPod shuffle is as stylish as before. The body is made from a durable anodized aluminum casing and the clips the device onto anything from a shirt collar to a tie. In fact, the iPod shuffle resembles a tie clip! It appears in a mostly matte silver or black.The most innovative selling point about this device is the new VoiceOver trait of the iPod shuffle. Apple unveils this as the surprising new feature that makes iPod shuffle the number one “speaking” MP3 player. Not being required to navigate through the playlists by watching the screen, the shuffle speaks the name of the song and artist that is currently playing when the user presses a button. The VoiceOver character does not interrupt the music that is broadcasting when it announces the detail that indentifies with the music.
The iPod shuffle is synchronized with iTunes, the iTunes software reads all the information belonging to the songs that you want to synchronized with the iPod shuffle. Then the VoiceOver kit creates the notices for the songs, artists, and playlists on the iPod shuffle. The VoiceOver feature has 14 languages and therefore has the ability to speak music and singers’s names in multiple languages. The voice of the speaker on the iPod shuffle is various based on the type of computer system when sync the iPod shuffle. If you sync your iPod shuffle with a personal computer or with a Apple PC running Mac OS X Tiger, you’ll hear the English lauguage included