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At Macworld, San Francisco, 2005, Steve Jobs stood there after talking about the success of the iPod and the iPod Mini and said the now famous words: “One more thing…”. That one more thing turned out to be the iPod Shuffle. The iPod Shuffle was a leap forward for the miniature MP3 player. Where competitors’ products utilised AA batteries that would often cost the user upwards of £50 a year to run the device. They also tended to have incredibly basic UIs (User Interfaces) with untactile controls and very little in the way of storing actual songs.
What Jobs found with the release of the latest iPods was that by and large users would always have the shuffle feature enabled, without every really directly choosing a song. Thus, it made sense for Apple to release a device that didn’t require a screen or any GUI (Graphical User Interface) but instead solely ran on the Shuffle feature. As such, the iPod shuffle was born.
Smaller than a packet of chewing gum and featuring 1.0GB of flash memory, it was an incredible feat of downsizing technology to its absolute minimum for enjoyment. It could hold 250 songs at a 160 kbp/s song compression ratio. As a piece of technology history, the original iPod Shuffle was an incredible piece of kit. That’s why we want to pay you so much for it because we want to get our hands on a piece of history. That’s not even to mention later iterations which have only gotten better and better as time has gone on. The latest Shuffle features one of the smallest touchscreens of any device on the market and the 3rd and 4th Generation iPod Shuffle could hold between 500 and 1000 songs. Amazing. So come on now stop thinking “Where should I sell my iPod Shuffle?” and sell it now with Zapper. We’ll give you an instant cash offer, free postage and a hassle-free service.