“Apple will soon begin shipping a new version of its AirPort Express portable 802.11n base station, capping a recent series of refreshes to the company’s line of WiFi routers ahead of this fall’s iCloud launch,” AppleInsider reports.

“Although Apple’s online store still reflects availability of ‘AirPort Express Base Station with 802.11n and AirTunes,’ authorized resellers like DataVision report that the same model (MB321LL/A) is discontinued, while Amazon estimates it will have new stock sometime in the next ‘2 to 5 weeks,'” AppleInsider reports.

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AppleInsider reports, “Additionally, a person familiar with the matter says Apple is wrapping up the release of AirPort Utility 5.6, makes reference to a second-generation 802.11n AirPort Express in its developer notes.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lava_Head_UK” for the heads up.]