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Today in Apple history: iPod shuffle randomizes our music

[2019-01-11 13:00:23]

January 11, 2005: Steve Jobs introduces the world to iPod shuffle, an entry-level music player that lacks a display. The device randomly shuffles the audio files it holds, but lets users easily skip songs they don’t like. The first iPod to use flash memory, the iPod shuffle plugs directly into a computer using onboard USB 2.0 ...

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