Current Model IPods Running Out

Posted: Aug 30 2009, 1:05pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:01pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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Not unlike the iTablet, Apple's September 9th iPod event is currently unconfirmed, but widely accepted as an imminent reality. While there's been no hard confirmation of the iTablet rumors, we do have some pretty solid reasons to believe in new iPods this September. According to Ars Technica, the old ones are running out.

Ars has found that stock of current-model iPods has reached a critically low level, and new ones are nowhere on the horizon. Sources from within an Apple Authorized Reseller have stated that all current iPod SKUs are being discontinued. The only possible explanations for this are, one, that Apple has decided to stop selling iPods, or two, that a new line of updated iPods is just around the corner.

I'm going with 'two' myself. In less than two weeks the iPod touch, nano, and classic should all be hitting the streets packing cameras and a host of other nifty new features. As good as Apple is at keeping secrets, this appears to be one time they've been unable to head off the rumor-mongers. We'll know for certain on September 9th.

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