Ipod Shuffle

Apple adds new 'Space Gray' color to iPod touch, nano and shuffle

If you're quite taken with the new "Space Gray" color Apple introduced today with the iPhone 5s, then you might be interested to know that it extends beyond the latest iPhone. First noticed by Macrumors, the iPod touch, shuffle and nano can now be ordered from the Apple Store in the new color.

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New iPod touch, iPod nano, iPod shuffle now available for pre-order from Amazon

If you've had your eyes on a new iPod touch, iPod nano, or iPod shuffle, but prefer doing your pre-ordering through Amazon than Apple, you're in luck -- Amazon has just put their new iPod pre-order page live!

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iPod touch rumored to get colorful at September 12 event

Back in July, iMore learned there'd be new iPods alongside the iPhone 5 at Apple's now-confirmed September 12, and later that the new iPod touch would also be getting the new 4-inch, 16:9 screen. Now reports are coming in that Apple might keep the old model around at the low price point, and introduce some new colors to the equation as well.

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Regarding new iPods on September 12

Back in July when iMore learned about Apple's plans for a September 12 iPhone event, we learned some new iPods would likely be coming with it, including a new iPod touch and iPod nano. Details were scarce, however.

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Early iPod touch buyers invited to join class-action antitrust suit against Apple

Anyone in the U.S. who bought a first or second-gen iPod touch between September 12, 2007 and and March 31, 2009 are eligible to get in on an antitrust lawsuit against Apple. The two complaints state that Apple broke federal and state laws by charging for iOS updates and prevented iPods from playing anything that wasn't bought through iTunes.

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iPhone live 115: Whoosh! Another 200!

We're all up in Apple's 2010 Special Music event - new iPod shuffle, iPod nano, iPod touch with Retina Display and FaceTime, Apple TV with iOS... but no apps! Along with iOS 4.1 and iOS 4.2. We're streaming like crazy. This is iPhone live!

Oh, and here's the Vapor Case give-away we mentioned...

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Crazy next-gen iPod, iPad, and iPhone rumors

Could Apple be getting ready to release a 7" iPad nano and re-designed iPhone 5 as early as January? Could the iPod shuffle or nano with a 1.7" screen be around the corner in September? Are bumpers going all-silicone?

Our gut says crazy talk, but iLounge has a pretty good track record on leaks so take these for what they're worth, even if it's with an ocean-sized grain of salt.

Here are some details:

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Thursday Fun Video Part Deux: iPod Theater Edition

So. Funny. Maybe the Audio Book industry was right to be worried, but for the wrong reason. With the iPhone rumored to be getting voice control in 3.0, how long will it be before we get to see our signature device turn up as Sam Jackson in Pulp Fiction... or doing it's own into at Macworld 2007! The comedy potential is limitless, we tell you, limitless.

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UPDATED: iPod shuffle Signaling Apple Switch to Locked-Down Headphones?

UPDATED: ZDNet retorts, and says to chill.

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Apple Updates Shuffle: 4GB, VoiceOver

Apple Store goes down, Apple Store comes up with just what we expected: a new revision of the iPod Shuffle. It's got 4 gigs of storage, comes in silver and black, and an all new feature: VoiceOver.

The new Shuffle is half the size of the previous -- a feat achieved by removing nearly all of the controls off the device itself and onto the headphone cable. Only the Off/Repeat/Shuffle switch stays on device. In other words -- don't plan on using your own headphones with the Shuffle. While that's a bit of a downer, the upside is that the headphone controls are very thoughtfully laid-out and easy to hit without looking.

VoiceOver and how the controls work -- after the break!

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