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Apple cuts iPod nano, Hi-Fi prices in UK

Apple has slightly lowered iPod nano and iPod Hi-Fi pricing in the UK. Apple has cut prices by £10 on all three nano models—the 1GB nano now costs £99, the 2GB model is £129 and the 4GB nano is £169. The price of the iPod HiFi was dropped from £249 to £229. Apple UK also cut £50-£100 off iMac models, and £50 off its Mac mini line.

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It’s still more expensive than in the US. £100 pounds (1GB iPod Nano) converted is $184.99, while the same nano is $149.00 on the Apple store website.

Posted by craigb6 on June 15, 2006 at 10:15 AM (CDT)


I think VAT at 17.5% in the UK makes quite a difference in any comparison to US pricing. Any price cut should be welcomed! Although I’ve got a Nano because of it’s handy size, I still find the best price/performance comes from the 30Gb 5G iPod - £195 from Amazon UK. Makes a 4Gb Nano ridiculously expensive.

Posted by drevo_uk on June 15, 2006 at 11:10 AM (CDT)


I’ve noticed that German prices have also been cut. Further investigation may show that it happened in most European countries where Apple Computers is the distributor (not Apple IMC, like in most CE countries, e.g. Poland).

Posted by Bart on June 16, 2006 at 6:43 AM (CDT)


Price cuts on products are usually done to start to purge stock prior to a new model release.

I wonder if this indicates Apple is about to come out with a new Nano.

Personally, I am waiting for them to release a larger capacity Nano before I buy one.  I would like at least 10gb, or larger.

Posted by bigBert on June 21, 2006 at 9:21 AM (CDT)

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