Apple’s iPod event came and went last week without the announcement of a new Apple TV despite speculation from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. But it looks like he might have not been too far off the mark.
Today, Apple removed the 40GB product SKU from their online store, which leaves the 160GB all to its lonesome. The shipping window is currently at 24 hours, so when it does hit 1-2 week we’ll be sure to spread rumors of a new model or perhaps we’ll lay claim to a product discontinuation.
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