According to data from the NPD Group, Apple sold more than twice as many second-generation iPod shuffles in November than it did of the two original models in the same month last year. Sales of the second-generation iPod nano, meanwhile, grew 37% during the same time period compared to sales of last year’s first-generation models. NPD said the new shuffle accounted for 21% of all iPod sales in November, while the new nano made up some 51% of iPods sold. Apple’s updated fifth-generation iPod accounted for 28% of players sold during the month.
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