Caption: Is this the future? A single IC, a battery, and some user interface components?
Kyle and our pals over at iFixit.com got ahold of the 3rd gen iPod Shuffle and they just had to tear it apart.
Amazingly, at least on our scale, both halves weighed 5 grams. That means the entire functional half of the iPod weighs only about 20% more than a single sheet of letter size paper.
2 thoughts on “iPod Shuffle first-look and take-apart”
Ok, how long until someone removes the remote from the headphone cord & glues it to the case?
Then, after that, how long until someone adds fwd & rev buttons, and a tiny 6-pin PIC10F200 to translate that to the the double-click and triple-click morse code commands that the shuffle expects?
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