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Apple iPod mini review

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Thanks to Ebay and sites like ipodmini.co.uk the first Apple iPod minis appear to be reaching the UK.

There’s a review of the iPod mini at The Guardian in an article, which also poses some questions about Apple’s plans for the mini’s UK launch.

If the mini has sold out everywhere in the US (with a six weeks waiting time), how will Apple be able to ship thousands of the product to the UK for the end of April?

Maybe they will pull it off, but more likely we’ll have a re-run of the great iPod shortage of last summer where punters simply couldn’t find one anywhere.

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Posted by Shiny Media on March 25, 2004 in MP3 players | Permalink

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to buy a £20 apple i-pod 20gb then go to http://www.fonefrenzy.com

Posted by: Jon | Jul 5, 2004 1:20:58 PM

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