Let this video take you back to 2005, with the unboxing of a new Apple iPod Shuffle.
Music gadgets in 2005 were at a revolutionary turning point in time. It was around then when we broke away from portable CD players and made the switch to MP3 players as an alternative. Only a few short years after the first iPod release, Apple made a brand new addition to their iPod range with the iPod Shuffle.
The Shuffle was marketed to the younger generation and to those who lived a very active lifestyle, as the Shuffle was far smaller than the iPod Classic and iPod Mini.
The iPod Shuffle came in a smaller 256MB version and a larger 512MB capacity, which could hold up to 120 songs.
Although the iPod Shuffle was essentially just a USB flash drive with a 3.5mm headphone jack, it was still one of the most successful iPods ever created.
In the box, you'll find the iPod Shuffle, a neck strap, a set of the first-generation Apple headphones, paperwork, two Apple Stickers and an iTunes installation CD for Mac and PC.
Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, iJustine, on the New 2005 Apple iPod Shuffle Unboxing!