The last iPod update that was announced today was the new second generation iPod shuffle, which they are touting as the “world’s smallest MP3 player.” Looking at the product, you can’t help but agree - this thing is minuscule. The new shuffle comes in an aluminum case, and is about the size of the Apple FM remote. Really, it pretty much just looks like a button. The iPod shuffle has a built-in clip on the back, allowing you to wear it anywhere. Included in the package is a new dock, USB 2.0 compatibility, and is shipped in minimalist packaging. This time around, the shuffle is available exclusively in a 1 GB size, and is available for $79 USD. Apple is taking orders now, and will begin shipping the new shuffles in October 2006.
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