iPod Touch 4 refurbished... availability

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by BookMan1979, Aug 24, 2011.

  1. BookMan1979 macrumors newbie

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    #1
    Apple can't answer this (makes sense) but maybe someone else out there knows more than I do.

    1.) What I'd like to know is how much longer the iPod Touch 4 will be popping up in the refurbished section of their website. They are still selling it "new", so I see it happening for at least a little while longer. The thing is, I am not sure if that will be too late for me (long story.)

    2.) When the iPod Touch 5 comes out, how long do you think it'll take before one appears in the refurbished section of their website?
     
  2. ascendedoshen macrumors member

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    Refurbs

    Depends on how many Gbs your looking for, but as soon as iPdT 5 is released you'll find many for sale on ebay, craigslist etc. I'm sure some will make it to Apple store. I have a 64Gb that was just replaced under warrenty so it's almost new and i'll be selling it as soon as new one is available. Good luck:)
     
  3. Slix macrumors 6502a

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    Quite a while after the 5th gen comes out, I would think. They usually have refurbs of the previous gen at least 6 months after the new model comes out.
     
  4. jonrando macrumors 6502a

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    Guys, they already sell iPod touch 4th gen refurbs, I posted links to them....
     
  5. Funkbefgh macrumors newbie

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    he is asking when we think they will be pulled/sold out. we know they are for sale.

    BookMan: it's really hard to say, i believe that's more based on supply and demand than anything. i would expect to see them for sale for a good while.. as for #2, I know in the case of the 4th gen they didn't go up for sale as refurbs even 6 months after the model was released, so if you want one you're probably better off ponying up the cash at launch.
     

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