Apple's new iPod Shuffle is supposed to be the "world's smallest music player." So what's that mean, really? How do Apple's minuscule measurements size up in real dimensions?
We compared a pack of cards, matchbox, the 2nd gen iPod Shuffle and the new iPod Shuffle (in that order) to give you a better idea. You'll notice that while the new Shuffle is taller than the old Shuffle, repositioning those controls to the headphones bought a lot of space in every other way. We're also guessing that the new clip has been streamlined a bit to make the svelte 1.8x0.7x0.3-inch body possible. [Sizeeasy]