There will be lots of unhappy faces this Christmas, as several shops have run out of iPods. Amazon.com is no longer able to ship the music players in time for Christmas, and Best Buy too, the world's largest electronics store, has empty warehouses.
Apple is expected to sell 4 million iPods this quarter, a 545 pct increase over last year's 733,000.
Apple.com however is said to still have plenty of devices available. And desperate Christmas shopper could always consider the "HPod", the iPod from HP.
Meanwhile, Apple today disclosed that it has sold its 200 millionth iTunes song. The red hot sales of the ipod should surely further foster the iTunes business.
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