Third Gen iPod Shuffle Mockup

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  1. drakeshipway
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    drakeshipway

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    #1
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    Take note

    - New black wheel
    - New shape, more like the nano
    - Much smaller
    - The Thinnest iPod ever

    Look at some of my other mockups, iPod Classic: here iPhone Pro: here

    Hope you like it, pce :apple:
     
  2. queshy
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    Why does the iPod shuffle need a scroll wheel if it has no screen?
     
  3. drakeshipway
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    it's not a scroll wheel, it still has the play button in the middle, and volume buttons,
    it's just flat to the surface, like the scroll wheel
     
  4. txhockey9404
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    Looks OK, but I like your iPod Classic mockup better. It seems too oddly rounded to be realistic, but great try. It's not like I could do any better.;)
     
  5. Samarium
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    I really like this one, even better than your iPod Nano(Classic 3rd. Gen:p).
    You make really good Photoshop work. Cheers.
     
  6. maclover001
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    If you want my honest opinion, I don't like the flat wheel on the Shuffle. Make it like the old one, but keep the black, that would look sweeeet :):):apple:
     
  7. Michael CM1
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    Aside from flash upgrades, I see no reason to change the Shuffle. Unless you can add a screen to an iPod that small and still keep it darn cheap, it doesn't need any improvement. No need to re-invent the wheel.
     
  8. OldLadywithiPod
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    I agree with Michael CM1 - no need to change shuffle perfection!
     
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    i like the design - fits the range nice

    untill they change the whole lot agian :D
     
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