Apple iPod shuffle 2 GB Silver 4th Generation Discontinued by Manufacturer

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Apple iPod reordering 2 GB Silver (4th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

Apple iPod reordering 2 GB Silver (4th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • 2 GB power for most 500 songs
  • Up to 15 hours of frequence playback on a azygos charge. This component is harmonious with computers, PC with USB 2.0 port; Windows 7, Vista, or XP Home or Professional (SP3) or later; and iTunes 10.7 or later
  • Easy-to-use curb aggrandize for activity your music, audiobooks, and podcasts
  • Support for AAC, Protected AAC (iTunes Store), MP3, MP3 VBR, Audible, Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV frequence formats
  • One-year restricted warranty

Introducing the new, flaming clip-and-go iPod shuffle. Its buttons provide you an cushy artefact to endeavor your music. With a advise of the VoiceOver button, you crapper center the song’s denomination and artist, listing menu, or shelling status. And it holds hundreds of songs, binary playlists, and Genius Mixes, so you crapper ever hit the amend penalization for every mood.Introducing the new, flaming clip-and-go iPod shuffle. Its buttons provide you an cushy artefact to endeavor your music. With a advise of the VoiceOver button, you crapper center the song’s denomination and artist, listing menu, or shelling status. And it holds hundreds of songs, binary playlists, and Genius Mixes, so you crapper ever hit the amend penalization for every mood. With buttons, VoiceOver, and playlists, it’s the

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  1. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Potentially a 5 rating, lack of moisture resistance ruins the experience, November 18, 2013
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    SATXRunner (San Antonio, TX) –

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    I am not an Apple enthusiast. I don’t own an iPhone or iPad much less a Mac-anything but I am on my third Nano (first one died after 2 years and inadvertently washed another). I tend to be attracted to something because it’s suitable for it’s intended application. The idea behind this product is ideal for anyone who exercises on a regular basis. The ability to download so many songs onto a device which clips to your clothing and doesn’t require a holder or strap is great. Unfortunately the Shuffle does not stand up to sweat or use in humid conditions. I had a 2nd, 3rd, and now a 4th generation shuffle and they have all died from exposure to sweat. I used the DLO action jacket on the previous version and even had a rubber sleeve for the most recent edition and the moisture still gets to it. I really enjoyed this thing and in most regards it’s the perfect running companion but I bought it in August of 2012 and it gave out during a run today, November 19, 2013 (of course it is no longer in warranty). I usually run with it once or twice a week. The symptoms came on suddenly and without warning. Songs would start/stop, volume would rise and fall dramatically, then the device shut down. I connected it to my computer and plugged it directly into a wall with no reaction. Put it in rice and thus far, still nothing.I have tried the Sony W series all in one headphone/mp3 player promoted by Meb Keflezighi but it doesn’t stay in my ears. I hesitate to give it less than 3 stars because outside of the lack of sweat resistance it is almost perfect but I can’t give it a 2.5 so 2 stars it is. Due to the fact that there is no other device that fits my preferences for exercising, I will probably buy the next generation shuffle and see if there is an affordable protective case for it. The design needs more attention to detail but due to innovative form factor, Apple will more than likely get some more of my money.
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  2. 802 of 818 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great little thing, September 10, 2010
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    D. Bodington
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    This review is from: Apple iPod shuffle 2 GB Silver (4th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics)
    I just got my new shuffle in the mail today. I needed something for running and dreadmilling when it is too snowy/icy to run outside.
    My initial impressions:

    Pros
    Great little thing (small)
    strong clip
    easy to use (hooray for buttons!)
    simple, multi-position switch on the top lets you play in order or shuffle. Voice over button is easy to use and works well.
    Easy to sync (choose playlists, genius playlists, albums, artists, podcasts, etc…)
    Looks good (see my notes about online photos at the bottom)
    Long (15h) battery life.

    EDIT: A “hold” function has been added, just hold the center button to activate and deactivate, good feature. It would be useful if I had just gotten mine, but I learned how to use it without the feature so I don’t end up using hold much.

    Cons
    None. (As far am I concerned, there are cons like “no screen” and such, but if you order this to get an ipod shuffle, not a nano or other mp3 player, you will not be disappointed. I was not let down at all).

    EDIT: After some thought and use, I thought of some cons.
    $50 for 2gb is not a great price compared to other mp3 players.
    2gb might be limiting to you. This just means you have to choose or let itunes choose what music goes on there carefully.
    Because the buttons take up most of the front of the ipod, it can be hard to use the clip while it is turned on without pressing the next button.

    Conclusion:
    If you know what an ipod shuffle does, need a reasonable music player that syncs with your itunes, and don’t need more. GET ONE!!! I can’t imagine you will be let down.

    One last note: From all the photos online, you can’t really tell, bu this is not a matte finish ipod. The finish is shiny, but not mirror-y. And actually, no one will care about this, but the top and bottom are matte silver. It looks good.

    EDIT: 7/6/11 I put it through the wash last month, oops, but it’s still going strong!

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