iPod Shuffle
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2nd Gen iPod Shuffle
4th Gen iPod Shuffle3rd Gen iPod
Shuffle
1st Gen iPod Shuffle
Origin
•The iPod is a line of portable media players designed and marketed by
Apple Inc.
• The first line was released on ...
“Apple did not invent the mp3, nor did they invent the technology that
became the iPod, yet they are credited with transfo...
History
•In 2001, Apple sales fell 33% to $5.4 billion from $8 billion. The
company reported an
operating loss of some 6% ...
•In the end, as Jobs said :
“We chose music, we all love music, it’s a huge market and no one has
got it right.”
•In that ...
iPod Shuffle
•The iPod Shuffle (stylized and marketed as iPod shuffle) is a digital
audio player designed and marketed by ...
First Generation
•It was released on January 11, 2005.
•It weighed 22gm(0.78 ounces).
•It was designed to be easily loaded...
•Although an iPod with 240 or 500 songs might not sound so impressive
from the start, you have to consider the size of the...
• It used the SigmaTel STMP35xx system on a chip (SOC)
and its software development kit (SDK) v2.6, a flash
memory IC, and...
Outside the iPod
• The front of the iPod Shuffle has buttons for Play/Pause,
Next Song/Fast Forward, Previous Song/Fast Re...
• The USB plug is hidden beneath a cap. The unit also comes
with a lanyard that attaches to the iPod Shuffle via an
attach...
Steve Jobs holding the 1st Gen iPod
Shuffle
Second Generation
• On September 12, 2006, Apple announced the release of
the second generation iPod Shuffle, calling it "...
Features
The new model is less than half the size of the first generation
model at 41.2 x 27.3 x 10.5 mm (1.62 x 1.07 x 0....
• The second generation Shuffle can play MP3,
MP3 VBR, AAC, Protected AAC, Audible (formats 2, 3
and 4), WAV and AIFF.
• D...
The Colorful Evolution
•The iPod shuffle was introduced in it’s original Gray
color, and to which many new colors were
add...
•In June 2009, Avon offered a gold iPod Shuffle
(second generation) for $29 when purchased in
conjunction with two ANEW sk...
•Product Red merchandise was a special product
as, Apple gives a portion of the purchase price to the
Global Fund to fight...
•The second generation 2 GB iPod Shuffle was discontinued
on March 11, 2009 and the 1 GB version was discontinued on
Septe...
Steve Jobs with the
2nd Gen iPod Shuffle
Third Generation
•The third generation iPod Shuffle was released on March
11, 2009
•It was said to be "jaw-droppingly smal...
Features
•The dimensions of this Third Generation iPod shuffle was
45.2 17.5 7.8 mm (1.8 0.7 0.3 in).
• It was available w...
• The third generation iPod Shuffle features a polished steel
attachment clip, adopting for the first time the polished st...
The Voice Feature
• It featured Voice Over technology to be allowed song names,
artist names, album names & playlist conte...
Drawbacks
• It is not possible to change songs or volume with most
third-party headphones, since they lack these controls....
• On September 9, 2009, Apple introduced three new colors
for the iPod Shuffle: pink, blue, and green.
• The Apple Store a...
Fourth Generation
• The fourth generation features the return of clickable track
and volume controls from the first two ge...
Features
•The dimensions of the device are 29 31.6 8.7 mm (1.1
1.2 0.3 in) and it weighs 12.5 g (0.4 oz).
•The player also...
• The model also features Voice Over from the third
generation, now with a devoted physical button, in twenty-
nine langua...
The Color Evolution
• It was originally sold in five colors silver (with a black
control pad), green, blue, orange and pin...
iPod Shuffle 4th
Generation
Inside the iPod Shuffle
• It used the SigmaTel STMP35xx system on a chip (SOC) and
its software development kit (SDK) v2.6...
•It's a special type of rechargeable battery that's similar to the
kind found in a laptop computer, because it uses lithiu...
Inside the iPod shuffle First
Generation
iPod Shuffle
Second Generation
iPod
Shuffle
Third
Generation
iPod Shuffle Fourth
Generation
A 4th Gen iPod
Shuffle signed by
the founder himself
Steve Jobs.
Essentials
iPod Shuffle 1st
Generation
iPod 2nd
Generation
iPod shuffle 3rd
Generation
iPod shuffle 4th
Generation
Family ...
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Apple iPod Shuffle

  1. 1. iPod Shuffle apple
  2. 2. 2nd Gen iPod Shuffle 4th Gen iPod Shuffle3rd Gen iPod Shuffle 1st Gen iPod Shuffle
  3. 3. Origin •The iPod is a line of portable media players designed and marketed by Apple Inc. • The first line was released on October 23, 2001, about 8½ months after iTunes (Macintosh version) was released. •Its most recent redesigns were announced on September 12, 2012 •In October, 2001 Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPod to the general public.
  4. 4. “Apple did not invent the mp3, nor did they invent the technology that became the iPod, yet they are credited with transforming the music industry with it. The multigigabyte portable hard drive music player was actually invented by Creative Technology Ltd....In fact, Apple didn’t introduce the iPod until twenty-two months after Creative’s entry into the market.” (Sinek 43)
  5. 5. History •In 2001, Apple sales fell 33% to $5.4 billion from $8 billion. The company reported an operating loss of some 6% of turnover. The basic product offer was under pressure. •The company was looking for a consumer digital device to boost growth and revenue prospects and diversify away from the traditional business sectors into the consumer market. A number of options were evaluated, games, digital cameras, video cameras and music.
  6. 6. •In the end, as Jobs said : “We chose music, we all love music, it’s a huge market and no one has got it right.” •In that year the the iPod was launched, the concept of the digital hub developed. Since then, sales have increased from $5 billion to over $100 billion [2011]. •And profits have soared to over $34 billion. [Apple Financial Results 10-K 2011]
  7. 7. iPod Shuffle •The iPod Shuffle (stylized and marketed as iPod shuffle) is a digital audio player designed and marketed by Apple Inc. • It is the smallest model in Apple's iPod family, and was the first to use flash memory. •The first model was announced at the Macworld Conference & Expo on January 11, 2005. •Till date, 4 generations of iPod Shuffle has been discovered.
  8. 8. First Generation •It was released on January 11, 2005. •It weighed 22gm(0.78 ounces). •It was designed to be easily loaded with a selection of songs and to play in random order. • The Shuffle can hold up to 240 songs (1-GB model, based on Apple's estimate, of four minutes per song and 128 kb/s AAC encoding).
  9. 9. •Although an iPod with 240 or 500 songs might not sound so impressive from the start, you have to consider the size of the iPod Shuffle -- it's about as big as a quarter. • The iPod Shuffle stores music using a USB flash drive, and it is easily removable and rewritable.
  10. 10. • It used the SigmaTel STMP35xx system on a chip (SOC) and its software development kit (SDK) v2.6, a flash memory IC, and USB rechargeable lithium cell. • Due to superior audio technology in the SigmaTel STMP35xx SOC and SDK, the iPod Shuffle has a better bass response than a 4th generation iPod. • In 2005, peak iPod first-generation Shuffle production occurred at a hundred thousand units per day, at the Asus factory.
  11. 11. Outside the iPod • The front of the iPod Shuffle has buttons for Play/Pause, Next Song/Fast Forward, Previous Song/Fast Reverse, and up and down volume adjustment. • On the reverse, it has a battery level indicator light (activated by a button) and a three-position switch to turn the unit off or set it to play music in order or shuffled. I • t plugs directly into a computer's USB port (either 1.1 or 2.0), through which it also recharges its battery, which has an expected life of around 12 hours between charges
  12. 12. • The USB plug is hidden beneath a cap. The unit also comes with a lanyard that attaches to the iPod Shuffle via an attached cap and this allows the user to wear the iPod Shuffle around his or her neck. • It lacks a display and the trademark scroll wheel, playlist management features, and is missing the games, address book, calendar, alarm, and notes capability of larger iPods; it cannot be used with iSync. • Due to the codec not being ported, it is incapable of playing Apple Lossless and AIFF audio files. • The iPod Shuffle can also be used as a USB flash drive. • iTunes allows a user to set how much of the drive will be allowed for storing files, and how much will be used for storing music.
  13. 13. Steve Jobs holding the 1st Gen iPod Shuffle
  14. 14. Second Generation • On September 12, 2006, Apple announced the release of the second generation iPod Shuffle, calling it "the most wearable iPod ever". • The second generation initially featured a lone 1 GB model in a silver brushed aluminum case. • Apple claimed it was the "world's smallest MP3 player".
  15. 15. Features The new model is less than half the size of the first generation model at 41.2 x 27.3 x 10.5 mm (1.62 x 1.07 x 0.41 in), and is the size of the iPod Radio Remote available for iPod Nanos and5th generation iPods. This size includes the new built-in belt clip; the actual unit itself is thinner, with the entire device weighing only 15.5 g (0.55 ounces). On the second generation iPod Shuffle, USB connectivity is provided via an included piece of hardware which acts as a docking station for the transfer of data and the recharging of the iPod's internal battery through its headphone jack.
  16. 16. • The second generation Shuffle can play MP3, MP3 VBR, AAC, Protected AAC, Audible (formats 2, 3 and 4), WAV and AIFF. • Due to its low processing power the only iTunes-supported file format that the iPod does not support is Apple Lossless. • Using large file sizes inherent of WAV or AIFF files will very quickly fill the device's low 1 GB capacity. iPod Shuffle cannot play music from music video files.
  17. 17. The Colorful Evolution •The iPod shuffle was introduced in it’s original Gray color, and to which many new colors were added, including, lime green, turquoise, lavender, mint green, and Product Red, with the previous colors orange, blue, green, and pink being discontinued. •At the Apple Let's Rock Event on September 9, 2008, Apple released four new colors for the iPod Shuffle: blue, green, pink, and red, replacing the colors that were released in September 2007. •The blue, green and pink variants of the iPod shuffle during this period reverted to shades that were similar to the colors that were released in January 2007, while the red variant was now a brighter shade.
  18. 18. •In June 2009, Avon offered a gold iPod Shuffle (second generation) for $29 when purchased in conjunction with two ANEW skin care products.
  19. 19. •Product Red merchandise was a special product as, Apple gives a portion of the purchase price to the Global Fund to fight AIDS in Africa.
  20. 20. •The second generation 2 GB iPod Shuffle was discontinued on March 11, 2009 and the 1 GB version was discontinued on September 9, 2009.
  21. 21. Steve Jobs with the 2nd Gen iPod Shuffle
  22. 22. Third Generation •The third generation iPod Shuffle was released on March 11, 2009 •It was said to be "jaw-droppingly small" and "The first music player that talks to you“, as well as “the first waterproof iPod”, by Apple.
  23. 23. Features •The dimensions of this Third Generation iPod shuffle was 45.2 17.5 7.8 mm (1.8 0.7 0.3 in). • It was available with a silver or black brushed aluminum case similar to the second generation iPod Shuffle. This made it the first iPod Shuffle that was available in black.
  24. 24. • The third generation iPod Shuffle features a polished steel attachment clip, adopting for the first time the polished steel finishing previously found only on the larger iPods, rather than the brushed aluminum used in the second-generation iPod Shuffle. • It also no longer had volume or track controls on the device itself. • Instead, the packaged iPod ear buds included a three-button device on the right ear bud cord. • This adds the functions of changing between playlists, hearing the song title and artist of the track playing, as well as play/pause, track changes and volume control. • The official headphones contain a chip designed by Apple to control the device. DRM is not however present in the chip
  25. 25. The Voice Feature • It featured Voice Over technology to be allowed song names, artist names, album names & playlist contents & names to be spoken in 20 different languages using the Text-to-Speech incorporated in iTunes 8 & 9. • It also gained support for multiple playlists, in contrast to previous versions of the iPod Shuffle, which allowed only a single playlist.
  26. 26. Drawbacks • It is not possible to change songs or volume with most third-party headphones, since they lack these controls. • However, since the iPod Shuffle begins playing music automatically when it is turned on, third-party headphones may still be used in "auto play" mode (with no volume or playback controls). • Some third-party headphones and headphone adapters include full support for the third generation iPod Shuffle.
  27. 27. • On September 9, 2009, Apple introduced three new colors for the iPod Shuffle: pink, blue, and green. • The Apple Store also offered a 4 GB model made of polished stainless steel.
  28. 28. Fourth Generation • The fourth generation features the return of clickable track and volume controls from the first two generations. • The control pad is 18% larger than the second generation of iPod shuffle.
  29. 29. Features •The dimensions of the device are 29 31.6 8.7 mm (1.1 1.2 0.3 in) and it weighs 12.5 g (0.4 oz). •The player also features a new voice-over button. • •Like the previous generation it supports MP3,VBR, AAC, Protected AAC, Audible (formats 2, 3 and 4), WAV, AIFF and Apple Lossless, and the battery lasts for 15 hours of music. •It also features Genius and handles multiple playlists.
  30. 30. • The model also features Voice Over from the third generation, now with a devoted physical button, in twenty- nine languages (Chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English (Australia, UK, U.S.), Finnish, French (Canada, France), German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil, Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish (Mexico, Spain), Swedish, Thai and Turkish).
  31. 31. The Color Evolution • It was originally sold in five colors silver (with a black control pad), green, blue, orange and pink (with a white control pad). • But on September 12, 2012, Apple held an event to formally introduce the iPhone 5, as well as a new iPod lineup. • The iPod Shuffle remained unchanged except for the exterior colors now being offered in 7 new colors silver or black (with a black control pad) or green, blue, pink, yellow, and purple (with a white control pad) as well as a Product Red edition model with a white control pad.
  32. 32. iPod Shuffle 4th Generation
  33. 33. Inside the iPod Shuffle • It used the SigmaTel STMP35xx system on a chip (SOC) and its software development kit (SDK) v2.6, a flash memory IC, and USB rechargeable lithium cell. •The iPod shuffle’s PCB back and lithium-ion polymer battery. •When we open up an iPod shuffle, the first thing that might stand out is the battery located on the back. •The battery of an iPod Shuffle is connected to a printed circuit board (PCB), which holds together all the different parts of the inside of the device.
  34. 34. •It's a special type of rechargeable battery that's similar to the kind found in a laptop computer, because it uses lithium to carry electricity back and forth -- a lithium-ion polymer battery. • A lithium-ion polymer battery is still different from a regular computer battery in that it's much smaller and lighter and has less of a chance of overheating. •Below the battery is the flash memory chip, which stores all of the iPod's music.
  35. 35. Inside the iPod shuffle First Generation
  36. 36. iPod Shuffle Second Generation
  37. 37. iPod Shuffle Third Generation
  38. 38. iPod Shuffle Fourth Generation
  39. 39. A 4th Gen iPod Shuffle signed by the founder himself Steve Jobs.
  40. 40. Essentials iPod Shuffle 1st Generation iPod 2nd Generation iPod shuffle 3rd Generation iPod shuffle 4th Generation Family iPod iPod iPod iPod Minimum OS iPod shuffle OS 1.0 iPod shuffle 2G OS 1.0 iPod shuffle 3G OS 1.0 iPod shuffle 4G OS 1.0 Maximum OS iPod shuffle OS 1.1.5 iPod shuffle 2G OS 1.0.4 iPod shuffle 3G OS 1.1 iPod shuffle 4G OS 1.0.1 Introduced Jan-05 Sep-06 Mar-09 Sep-10 Terminated Sep-06 Mar-09 Sep-10 Processor CPU SigmaTel D- Major STMP3550 SigmaTel D- Major STMP3550 Samsung ARM Samsung ARM CPU Speed 75 MHz 75 MHz ? ? Register Width 0-bit 0-bit 32-bit 32-bit Data Bus Width 0-bit 0-bit 32-bit 32-bit Address Bus Width 0-bit 0-bit 32-bit 32-bit Storage Flash Drive 512 MB/1.0 GB 1.0/2.0 GB 2.0/4.0 GB 2 Input/Output USB 2 2.0 (via dock) 2.0 (via dock) 2.0 (via dock) Audio Out stereo 16 bit mini stereo 16 bit mini stereo 16 bit mini stereo 16 bit mini Miscellaneous Dimensions 3.3" H x .98" W x .33" D 1.62" H x 1.07" W x .41" D 1.8" H x .7" W x .3" D 1.14" H x 1.24" W x 0.34" D Weight 0.05 lbs. .034 lbs. .028 lbs. 0.0275 lbs. Battery Life 10 hours 15 hours
  41. 41. Prepared by -Parthvi Vala

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