New iPod lineup now available for pre-order on Amazon

New iPod lineup now available for pre-order on Amazon

venturebeat.com
New Amazon is now selling the brand new Apple iPod lineup — well, it’s selling pre-orders for the new units, at any rate. The iPods will ship to buyers within the next two to five weeks; Apple’s own store promises shipping for the iPods will start in October. So, six...
New iPod lineup now available for pre-order on Amazon
                                       

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