Apple has quietly introduced the iPod shuffle Lanyard and Caps, a $19 package that consists of a replacement iPod shuffle lanyard cap and three replacement standard USB caps. The set is Apple’s sixth iPod shuffle accessory and the first to sell for under $29.
“You knew it would happen; we did, too,” says Apple on its online store. “Why not purchase a set of Lanyard and Caps to replace yours that have gone missing?”
Ever wonder what’s on Jesus’ iPod? “Protest anthems, Zeppelin, gospel, classical and, of course, Nine Inch Nails,” says SF Gate columnist Mark Morford.
Sirius Satellite Radio is launching a show that will feature a daily selection of podcasts hosted by Adam Curry, the former MTV personality who helped create the popular audio programs.
Apple’s inability to meet iPod demand is once again frustrating its New Zealand resellers.
Disneyland Resort said that beginning Tuesday, it will podcast the three days of festivities leading to the May 5th launch of the 50th anniversary of Disneyland.