New IPod Shuffle With 2GB And 4GB Are Coming

Posted: Jun 30 2005, 3:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:09pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
New iPod shuffle with 2GB and 4GB are Coming
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All indicators are here that Apple will introduce new iPod shuffle models.

First Apple lowered the prices on the existing 512MB and 1GB iPod shuffle models. Apple also announced a press-event for July 7th a couple of days ago, which could be about the ROKR, but it may be also about new iPods. Now the UK Gadget Magazine T3 has insider information that new iPod shuffle flash player with 2GB and 4GB configurations are coming.

It would be fun if Apple would introduce displays on the new iPod shuffle players to confuse the hell out of all mp3 player manufactures who released display-less flash players in the last couple of month.

The low-tech Apple iPod shuffle owned in May already 58% of the US Flash player market.

Get a iPod shuffle.


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