Apple has no stocks of iPod Shuffle 1 GB to sell till next month
Apple Computers is selling their iPod music players like hot cakes this shopping season. They along with Microsoft Xbox 360 are the hottest selling items in the American market. So much so, that the latest news from the company is that they have sold out all of the stock of its higher-capacity iPod digital music player.
Apple has no plans to restock the iPod Shuffle 1 GB model until next year and the consumers would have to look for alternatives. The company mentioned on their online store that the $129 iPod is “Sold out for holidayâ€. Apple is also expected to announce their new products for their fans at the Macworld Expo trade show in San Francisco.
Maybe, they have a better and upgraded in mind to offer by that time. One market analysts has even claimed that the company is preparing to launch an even smaller shuffle player for the market and it should be unveiled during the next monthâ€™s show. However, the company as usual wonâ€™t comment on market rumors. We might even see color options for the iPod Shuffle.
The smaller storage version (512 Megs) is still available on many stores in America and consumers should not wait if they are looking for a Shuffle as it might go out of stock soon as well.