Listen to Hours of Music
Listening to music is one of the best past times that every one can share and enjoy. Most people listen to their music on their smartphones, but there is a slight problem with that when your smartphone's battery is running low. Hours of music listening on that is not quite convenient, which is why you have the Apple iPod Shuffle. The Apple iPod shuffle is an intuitive little music player that's so tiny, you won't even feel it in your pants.
Because it lacks a display of any kind to power, the iPod Shuffle does not use much power. This results in an incredible 15 hours long battery life of continuous music playing. Start your listening during your commute to work, during work, the commute home after work, throughout your workout routine – the iPod Shuffle's battery will last you long enough to keep you entertained.
Large Buttons for Easy Controls
The iPod Shuffle goes back to basics with large navigation buttons that respond with a large satisfying click to show that you have successfully activated it. On the body of the iPod Shuffle is nothing but a headphone jack, power switch, VoiceOver button, and the complete media playback buttons on the front. All of the buttons click easily and you don't have to fumble with a touchscreen.
The iPod shuffle also comes with several different music play modes that are activated with the power switch. If you feel like playing music in the load order for your favorite playlists, push the power switch to the center; but if you feel a little bit more spontaneous and want a little surprise, just slide that switch all the way left and let your entire song library shuffle.
The iPod Shuffle VoiceOver
Because the iPod Shuffle lacks a display of any kind, you might find it hard to remember a song's name in your vast library of songs. So how do you know what playlist you are listening to? What song? Who is the artist? Simple, just press the VoiceOver button at the top of your iPod Shuffle. Your iPod Shuffle will then tell you what playlist you are on and what song you are listening to, along with the artists' name.