The fact that it's impossible to navigate through the music files on the new iPod Shuffle apparently hasn't hurt sales. The Apple.com website at this moment tells prospective buyers that they will have to wait
up to four weeks for the 1 Gb model.
The iPod Shuffle of course is the latest member of the iPod family. The device compensates the lack of a screen by giving the user the option to be surprised by putting in shuffle mode. Buyers don't seem to mind that, as they have purchased every model on earth.
Or this could just be another cruel trick of the Apple PR machine that is creating a buzz around the iPod Shuffle by keeping them in short supply.
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