This Apple lanyard is all black with a plastic clip. A white Apple logo is placed above the clip in a uniquely shaped plastic housing that allows the lanyard to be adjusted.
This Apple lanyard is black with a breakaway neck strap and a removable clip. A white Apple logo is placed above the clip in circular plastic housing that allows the lanyard to be adjusted.
This lanyard is black with a red wooden bead accent. Its style appears to place it in the 1990s. This lanyard was given to me by a friend who wore it while staffing an Apple trade show representing an Authorized Apple Reseller (likely in the early 1990s).
The cord of the lanyard features a white Apple logotype in Apple Garamond, the Apple corporate font used between 1984 and 2003.
This event badge holder was used commonly at Apple Education events throughout the 2000s. This version is black nylon and accommodates a 4×3-inch badge. The front uses a Velcro pocket closure with a zipper compartment inside that can hold business cards or credit-card-sized items. The back of the badge includes two loops designed to hold pens.
This example is black with a white Apple logo printed at the top-center of the front.
The original iPod shuffle featured 512 MB or 1.0 GB of flash memory in a 3.3 by 0.98 by 0.33-inch case with an integrated USB connector. Like all iPod shuffle models, it lacked a display. The name of the iPod refers to its ability to shuffle among the 120 or 240 songs its capable of storing.
Like other iPod models, the shuffle can be used to store files other than music files, a feature that worked particularly well on the original shuffle with its integrated USB port.
The original iPod shuffle shipped with a white lanyard and a cap.