If you had hoped to buy an iPod touch before Apple sent the iPod to the great Apple Store in the sky we’re afraid to say you’re probably too late. Apple only announced on Tuesday that the iPod touch was discontinued and would only be sold while supplies last. It didn’t take long—less than two days later, the U.S. Apple Store is completely wiped out of all iPod touch models.
All is not lost though: if you are desperate to get your hands on an iPod before the music dies there is still stock at Apple Stores in various countries—but expect supplies to run out soon. Failing that you may be able to find an iPod touch on sale on eBay or an Apple reseller near you.
Where is the iPod touch in stock?
Around the world there are still some places that have stock:
- All models are sold out for delivery online.
- There are some locations where you might still be able to pick up an iPod touch from an Apple Store, though we recommend you call ahead to check if you are planning to visit.
- Best Buy
and Amazon still have some stock available for purchase, though some colors are sold out.
- You can also check eBay for people selling new and used models.
Most models are still available from the online UK Apple Store, though many models aren’t shipping for several weeks:
- Space Gray: 32GB, 128GB, 256GB
- Silver: 32GB, 128GB, 256GB
- Pink: 32GB,
- Blue: 32GB, 128GB, 256GB
- Gold: 32GB, 128GB,
- Red: 32GB,
The Amazon UK Store also has some used models available at a discount, though stock is dwindling. You can also buy the iPod touch at Argos, John Lewis
and Laptops Direct.
The iPod touch is still available in several colors at the Australian Apple Store, though some models (noted below) have sold out since we published this story.
- Space Gray:
32GB, 128GB, 256GB
- Pink: 128GB,
- Blue: 32GB,
32GB, 128GB, 256GB
The iPod touch is still available in some colors at the German Apple Store.
- Space Gray: 32GB, 128GB,
- Silver: 32GB
- Pink: 256GB
- Gold: 32GB
Our colleges at Macworld Sweden report that stock has sold out at the Apple Store Sweden.