iPod Price Cuts On the Way?

March 10, 2008 at 6:48 pm Leave a comment

     According to an Apple news site, refurbished iPod nanos are selling at sharply lower prices than expected and that could mean price cuts across the iPod lineup is on the way. Checks with online retailers show that current generation 4GB and 8GB refurbished nanos are selling $50 less than their full retail prices. The online Apple Store is also selling the refurbished 80GB and 160GB Classics $40 and $50 less than their full retail prices respectively. Prices for previous generation refurbs are even lower. Lower than expected current quarterly sales and last months’ Shuffle price reduction may signal the same for the rest of the lineup.

D.S.

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