Earlier this morning, just hours before Apple is due to announce a number of changes to the iPod line up, including a rumoured camera enabled iPod Touch, price cuts have been made across the existing iPod range.
The 32GB iPod Touch has dropped in price significantly from $399 to a new $279 price point, where as the 16GB model is now priced at $249 (previously $299), the 8GB iPod Touch has also received a drop from $229 to a sub two hundred dollar price point of just $189.
Apple's Nano also saw a fall in price, now available from $129, while the high capacity 120GB Classic model has seen a $20 reduction and is now available for just $229.
The question is are these drops in price just Apple being generous or are they clearing stock to make way for new models with higher capacities and greater features?
This story, "Apple Cuts iPod Prices Ahead Of Today's Event" was originally published by PCWorld.