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iPod shuffle 3G gets new colors, 2GB model


Apple today updated its third-generation iPod shuffle lineup, adding new colors to the 4GB model and introducing both a 2GB version and a special edition model. Both the 4GB and the new 2GB models are now available in silver, black, pink, blue and green, and feature the same buttonless design and included Earphones with Remote as before. In addition, Apple announced a new 4GB special edition polished stainless steel model, which will be available exclusively from Apple’s online and retail stores. The 4GB third-generation iPod shuffle remains $79, while the 2GB model is priced at $59 and the special edition model runs $99.

Update: A hands-on video of the updated iPod shuffle 3G is now available for viewing on Vimeo.

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Looks like the old shuffle has disappeared from the Apple store now…

Posted by Lars Christensen on September 9, 2009 at 3:57 PM (CDT)


A stainless steel shuffle was a bad design move. If it’s the same steel as in the iPod touch,who would want an iPod that’s a fingerprint and scratch magnet?

Posted by Oscar M. on September 9, 2009 at 4:32 PM (CDT)

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