Apple Remote Aluminum


The Apple Remote Aluminum is a remote control device that was designed, manufactured, and currently sold by Apple since 2009 as part of the Apple Remote series. The device has been introduced on October 20, 2009, and its price started at $19.

The Remote’s original function was to enable navigation in Front Row, which allows users to browse and play music, view videos (DVDs and downloaded files), and browse photos.

The new version of Remote has been totally redesigned and now is thinner, longer, and finished in an aluminum housing. The new remote was released along with the 27-inch aluminum iMacs and multi-touch Magic Mouse. The Play/Pause button was moved out of the center of the directional buttons and put beside the Menu button (under the directional buttons).

The symbols for the Volume Up/Down and Next/Fast-forward buttons were replaced with small dots, to make it clear that the buttons were also used to move up, down, left, and right within menus. All of the buttons became black and embossed within the aluminum.

Today Apple Remote Aluminum is 12 years old!

Apple Remote Aluminum
Source: apple.com – Apple Remote Aluminum

Apple Remote Aluminum Release Date and Original Price

IntroducedOctober 20, 2009
Model NumberA1294
Order NumberMC377LL/A
Original Price$19
ColorAluminum
WeightUnknown
DimensionsUnknown

System Requirements

  • Apple TV or Mac with infrared port

Remote

Buttons7 – Menu, 2 x Play/Pause/Select, Volume Up, Next/Fast-forward, Volume Down, Previous/Rewind

Connections

ConnectionInfrared

Power

Power3 V CR2032 Lithium

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