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« on: July 28, 2012, 03:00:04 am »

Why iTunes’ Shuffling Order Isn’t Really Random

Have you ever noticed that the Shuffle option on iTunes or on your iPod isn’t truly random? For example, if you have a playlist with ten tracks and start off by playing, say, the second track, iTunes will always shuffle to the exact same next track, everytime. Doesn’t seem much like “Shuffling,” does it? It [...]Related StoriesSoloshot, The Sports Camera For Unpopular AthletesApple Brings Power Nap To Retina MacBook Pro With New UpdateApple, Samsung Hope To Cooperate Over Sealing Off Sensitive Documents In Upcoming Patent TrialApple Airs Several New Mac Ads During The Olympics [Video]Apple Talking About Investing In Twitter [Report]

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