iPod shuffle (4th generation)

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iPod shuffle (4th generation)
Fourth Generation iPod shuffle
Release dateSeptember 1, 2010
Introductory price$49
DiscontinuedJuly 27th, 2017
Units sold----
CPUSamsung ARM Processor
Storage2GB Flash Storage
PredecessoriPod shuffle (3rd generation)
ARBL15 Hours of Playback
Battery51 mAh (iFixit)
External InterfaceUSB to Minijack cable

On September 1st, 2010 the 4th generation was released. The 4th generation iPod Shuffle went back to a design similar to the iPod shuffle (2nd generation) and retained the new VoiceOver functionality that came with the prior generation. There was also support for in-line controls.

The 4th generation Shuffle supports all the music formats that iTunes supports, including Audible files.

The original release included 5 colors: Silver, Green, Blue, Orange and Pink. On September 12th, 2012, Apple refreshed their color lineup to consist of 8 color options: Silver, Black, Green, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Purple and (PRODUCT)RED. On July 15th, 2015, Apple released the final refresh for the generation with a 6 color lineup: Blue, Pink, Silver, Gold, Space Grey, (PRODUCT)RED.

Fourth Generation Shuffle
Fourth Generation Shuffle in new colors
Fourth Generation Shuffle in a different set of new colors


  • Release Date: September 1, 2010
  • Processor: Samsung ARM Processor
  • RAM: None
  • Storage: 2GB of flash storage
  • Battery: 15 Hours (Apple), 51mAh battery (iFixit)
  • Interface: USB to Minijack cable
Models (revision 1)
Capacity 2GB
RRP $49
  • Release Date of second revision: January 30, 2007
Models (revision 2, colors)
Capacity 2GB
RRP $49