Apple iPod Shuffle Price List July, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

The Apple iPod Shuffle is quite possibly the smallest and most unique of digital music players. Unusually compact and incredibly tiny, its for those who want quick and simple music player. Read more below!

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The Apple iPod Shuffle is quite possibly the smallest and most unique of digital music players. Unusually compact and incredibly tiny, its for those who want quick and simple music player. Read more below!

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Cheapest Apple iPod Shuffle Price in Philippines is ₱ 2,540.00

The Apple iPod Shuffle is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Apple iPod Shuffle price in Philippines is ₱ 2,540.00 from Shopee. Apple iPod Shuffle price details are updated July 2021.

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Price List by Country for Apple iPod Shuffle

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 1.423.000 ₱ 4,935.00
Malaysia MYR 308.00 ₱ 3,651.00
Philippines PHP 2,540.00 ₱ 2,540.00
Singapore SGD 176.44 ₱ 6,524.00
Vietnam VND 1.119.038 ₱ 2,449.00

Apple iPod Shuffle Price in Philippines by Variants

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Apple iPod Shuffle Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateAug 2015
Built-in speaker(s)No
Frequency range20 - 20000 Hz
Weight & dimensions
Weight12.5 g
Depth8.7 mm
Height29 mm
Width31.6 mm
Continuous audio playback time15 h
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery recharge time3 h
Player media typeFlash memory
Total storage capacity2 GB
Card reader integratedNo
Record modes
Voice recordingNo
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Built-in cameraNo
Second cameraNo
FM radioNo
Packaging content
Headphones includedYes
Cables includedUSB
Quick start guideYes
File formats
Audio formats supportedAAC,AAX,AAX+,AIFF,M4A,MP3,WAV
Product colourGrey
Volume controlDigital
Housing materialAluminium
TypeMP3 player

Apple iPod Shuffle Philippines

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 Philippines. 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.

Reviews of Apple iPod Shuffle
Reviewed on 2019-02-08
The iPod Classic is a terrific portable media player. It may be the last of its kind from Apple. In fact, the iPod Classic may be the end of the line for the iPod as we know it.It seems remarkable that the iPod, a device just the size of a pack of cigar...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-28
It still works,
The iPod Shuffle is dead, Late spring in 2006, at the ripe old age of 14, my girlfriend slid a box across the table at a restaurant we picked for our second anniversary. I unwrapped it, and what I saw packed neatly inside a sporty, lime-green box elated m...
Apple is doing away with the iPod Shuffle, a gadget Id eradicated from my mind until yesterday. And now Im suddenly awash with emotion for a little white stick I hadnt considered once in this decade. Im going to miss the hell out of it. Damn you Apple...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-12
Tiny and lightweight, Appealing price, Removes poor 3rd-generation controls,
Low storage capacity, Fewer features than the competition
The Good Tiny and lightweight Appealing price Removes poor 3rd-generation controlsThe Bad Low storage capacity Fewer features than the competitionCompared to its predecessor, the 4th generation iPod Shuffle is a major improvement. So why just 3.5 stars? T...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-10
The Apple iPod Shuffle is affordably priced with a compact design and long-lasting battery. It's both stylish and easily wearable, thanks to its sturdy built-in clip
Requires a USB sync from a PC or Mac running iTunes. There's no Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Only 2GB of storage. Navigating your music is a bit difficult without a screen. You can't download subscription Apple Music songs
Before the iPhone was Apple's bread and butter, there was the iPod.For years, my iPod and I were inseparable. No longer tethered to my denim FUBU CD case/purse hybrid and bulky CD player, the sleek, pocket-size Apple MP3 player was the immediately lovable...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-26
Simple interface, Great design and build quality, That it still exists
Lack of Apple Music support, Only 2GB of storage, Crappy old Earbuds, That the iPhone exists
Apple's iPod Shuffle is an anachronism at best in 2015, and yet, it possess a strange charm.When Mashable was sent barrage of new iPods for review, it wasn't the updated iPod Touch which interested me; it was the decidedly un-updated iPod Shuffle. I never...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-17
The iPod Shuffle includes a sturdy built-in clip; support for playlists, audiobooks, podcasts, Genius Mixes; and a multilingual VoiceOver feature that announces track information, battery status, and menu navigation
The 2GB capacity can't hold much, there's no headphone remote nor radio, the track controls tend to get pinched when clipping the iPod to your clothes, and the chances of you accidentally running it through the washing machine are quite high
Apple's iPod Shuffle is small, versatile, colorful, and at $49, it's arguably the least expensive device that Apple sells. For those times when you want an impossibly small way to take music with you, the iPod Shuffle is still the most widely recognize...
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Reviewed on 2010-10-29
Spot poll: Who doesn’t like some new gear, especially when the new pieces of bling sport the bitten fruit logo ‘round the back? This week, A Byte of Apple takes a long hard look (see our Exclusive Photo gallery as well) at the 2010 lineup of iPods – t...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-23
The iPod shuffle 4G marks Apple’s return to the classic form of the shuffle 2G. It’s even smaller* and has new features like playlists and VoiceOver that make it better and easier to use. The price is right at US$49, but the product also introduces s...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-10
Lightweight design with a sturdy clip, Straightforward interface, Long battery life, Can store multiple playlists, No longer requires Apple's proprietary earbuds, Attractive price
Loses headphones with inline controls, Half the storage space as the last-generation shuffle
Not every Apple design is magical. Last year, Apple abandoned its long-standing design for the music-only iPod shuffle, moving from a square-shaped player with buttons to an uberminimalist design whose only buttons were located on the headphone cord. H...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-08
here are more feature-driven budget players out there, but the iPod shuffle is the only...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-08
The iPod Shuffle returns to its big-button glory days, only this time around it offers support for playlists, audiobooks, podcasts, Genius Mixes, and a multilingual VoiceOver feature that announces track information, battery status, and menu navigation...
The 2GB capacity can't hold much, there's no headphone remote nor radio, the track controls tend to get pinched when clipping the iPod to your clothes, and the chances of you accidentally running it through the washing machine are quite high
Editors' note: This review was updated September 23, 2010, with CNET Labs' battery test results. The fourth generation of the Apple iPod Shuffle is a return to the iconic form that made it a hit from 2006 to 2008, but now it offers a few extra feature...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-07
Apple may not have invented the MP3 player, but with its iPod range it certainly defined it. Every year consumers and rivals alike wait for the company’s September music event, to see what the must-have functionality and hardware is this season. SlashG...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-07
On-device controls, VoiceOver navigation, Long battery life,
Awkward to clip on clothing, No way to lock out controls from inadvertent bumps
I’m on the record somewhere as saying that my favorite iPod of all time is the second-generation (2G) iPod shuffle. There was just something about that little guy, with its clip-on body and its circle of easy-to-navigate control buttons, that I found i...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-07
A smarter, redesigned sequel to Apple’s entry-level iPod, containing the best features from prior iPod shuffle generations with relatively few and small compromises. Restored five-button control scheme is augmented by new VoiceOver and battery level b...
Features are not competitive with rival products at the same price. Even slower than unimpressive predecessor for music and file transfers. Initial collection of colors is muted and somewhat dull by comparison with the best past iPod models; some may
Click Below to Read the Rest of This Review: Page 1 - The Fourth-Generation iPod shufflePage 2 - Body, Colors, Packaging and Pack-InsPage 3 - Using the Fourth-Generation iPod shufflePage 4 - Capacity, Transfer Speeds, and ValuePage 5 - Battery and Ch...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-07
Lowest-priced iPod. Now has on-player controls for easier navigation. Voiceover feature speaks the name of songs, artists, and playlists.
Not a lot of storage. No screen, thus no video or photo support. Bundled with lousy earbuds.
Apple's fourth-generation iPod shuffle isn't going to elicit any "you've come a long way, baby" accolades, but adding a click wheel for navigation makes it far more user friendly. The shuffle has always been the least sexy player in the iPod line-up—a ...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-02
It's not an easy thing, admitting you were wrong. But with the 2010 iPod Shuffle, Apple's owned up to the previous generation's follies in the best possible way: fixing them. Mostly.Zero buttons. That's as minimalist as it gets.This new Shuffle, this litt...
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Reviewed on 2010-10-18
VoiceOver button, longer battery life, return of physical playback controls
Difficult to determine exact battery level, no hold feature, only 2GB model available, no in-line controls on headphones
Apple's iPod Shuffle has returned to its roots: unlike the third-generation iPod Shuffle, there are physical playback controls on the MP3 player itself. The new iPod Shuffle looks very similar to the second-generation model that was released in 2006. ...
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