Apple Unveils iPod FM Tuner
January 11, 2006 at 6:18 AM (PT)
APPLE introduced the iPOD RADIO REMOTE at the MACWORLD EXPO in SAN FRANCISCO yesterday (1/10). The device, which works with both the iPod Nano and the fifth generation video iPod, allows users to tune in FM radio stations, with frequency and RDS information appearing on the iPod's screen.
While similar products, such as GRIFFIN's iFM, have been on the market for some time, this marks the first APPLE-manufactured FM tuning device for the iPod. The iPOD RADIO REMOTE will retail for $49.95.