What's inside the new Apple Shuffle?
iFixit has done a teardown of the third-generation Shuffle. As one might expect, the diminutive device is tiny on the inside, too--and pretty simple.
CNET tends to review products from the outside looking in (see Donald Bell's
There are a couple more pictures after the jump, but the full dissection (with lots more photos) is available at iFixit, where one unsatisfied reader writes:
"Have you disassembled the headphones with remote yet? Have you figured out, how the buttons work? Do they work by connecting two lines with a resistor? Is it possible to add such a remote to other headphones?"
As always, feel free to comment.
See more pics after the jump.