Is Apple wrong about Shuffle earbud compatibility?
The Apple Store may be mistakenly listing headphones as compatible with the third-generation Shuffle.
While ordering headphones to me that seemed incompatible with the Shuffle. The way I understand it, the latest
So then why is Apple saying that some of its basic headphone models are Shuffle 3G compatible? For instance, I'm pretty sure these Nike Sport Flow headphones Apple recommends don't include an in-line remote, but the compatibility chart at the bottom includes an icon specifically for the third-gen Shuffle. Same goes for these JVC headphones, which are also labeled as compatible.
I'll give Apple the benefit of the doubt and chalk this up to mislabeling (tell me if I'm missing something), but for the time being, I think the Apple Store may be misleading people into thinking there are plenty of third-party headphone upgrades for the new Shuffle. Not true. Plenty of manufacturers have made