A spec sheet leak disclosing the prices for Apple’s next-generation range of Macintosh computers holds information pertaining to a mystery product priced at $59 AU (or roughly $58 US). It is believed that this product, available in seven separate configurations, is a new iPod shuffle.
Listed as “Standalone Kit,” the products making their way into Apple’s new inventory “are probably iPod shuffles as the PD code represents ‘personalization’ (which is engraving),” according to 9to5mac
. iLounge chimes in
to speculate that the Shuffle may be in for some Siri treatment.
Despite WWDC being a developer centric event with an increased focus on the Mac in recent years, it’s not impossible for the Cupertino computer giant to announce iDevice updates / upgrades at this year’s gathering.
There’s also a chance these listings point to an all-new product that offers customization options upon order. What could it be? Your guess is as good as ours.