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    I had a shuffle but it its never got any use since I got an iPhone. Phone and Bluetooth headphones so no cords to piss you off is a win in my opinion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir El Stiffy View Post
    iPod Shuffle only plays everything, either in order or randomly. You can't select one track or create folders to play individual songs. Plays the whole LOT.
    You can drag/create playlists in from iTunes and then use the voiceover button to select and cycle thru them... Assuming you've got a more recent one and aren't in the stone age like previously claimed?

    Read the manual for the 4th gen
    https://support.apple.com/en_AU/manuals/ipodshuffle

    I just don't know if it will only play that playlist or go to the next playlist once it's finished. Worst case create a playlist with that song repeated as many times as you want
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir El Stiffy View Post
    I wouldn't take ^that if I was you @White_Lie;
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza20 View Post
    I had a shuffle but it its never got any use since I got an iPhone. Phone and Bluetooth headphones so no cords to piss you off is a win in my opinion.
    Aren't there concerns with wearing any Bluetooth headphones. That's supposed to be the worst of the lot for tumours or Cancer or something isn't it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by White_Lie View Post
    Can't you create a one song playlist and just keep playing that playlist? Stupid way of going about things but that's Apple for you...

    I rated my Xperia Z3 phone, will likely get the Z5 soon. Their top of the range mp3 player looks the goods but I'd want it compact if it was only playing music
    I know I still live in the 80s, but maybe the repeat button?
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    Quote Originally Posted by White_Lie View Post
    You can drag/create playlists in from iTunes and then use the voiceover button to select and cycle thru them... Assuming you've got a more recent one and aren't in the stone age like previously claimed?

    Read the manual for the 4th gen
    https://support.apple.com/en_AU/manuals/ipodshuffle

    I just don't know if it will only play that playlist or go to the next playlist once it's finished. Worst case create a playlist with that song repeated as many times as you want
    Cheers moite. On spread.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunta View Post
    I know I still live in the 80s, but maybe the repeat button?
    It doesn't have one. Apple were tightasses when they made the shuffle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir El Stiffy View Post
    Aren't there concerns with wearing any Bluetooth headphones. That's supposed to be the worst of the lot for tumours or Cancer or something isn't it.
    So far no proof of any of them causing cancer. Think about it we have been holding phones to our heads for 20+ years and there hasn't been an increase in brain cancer yet. If it does cause cancer it's pretty shit at it. The sun is a much bigger problem

    as for Bluetooth. From the American cancer society

    Bluetoothearpieces have an SAR value of around 0.001 watts/kg (less than one thousandth the SAR limit for cell phones as set by the FDA and FCC).
    Phones have SAR values around 1 So phones emit 1000 times more radiation than Bluetooth headphones and we haven't been able to find phones causing any issues yet. So you should be fine with Bluetooth headphones.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza20 View Post
    So far no proof of any of them causing cancer. Think about it we have been holding phones to our heads for 20+ years and there hasn't been an increase in brain cancer yet. If it does cause cancer it's pretty shit at it. The sun is a much bigger problem

    as for Bluetooth. From the American cancer society



    Phones have SAR values around 1 So phones emit 1000 times more radiation than Bluetooth headphones and we haven't been able to find phones causing any issues yet. So you should be fine with Bluetooth headphones.
    Cheers Baz, I'll look into it. On spread as well.


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