“Supplies of the 64GB Apple TV 4K have apparently dried up, with only limited stock available at retail —and orders placed today won’t ship until January 4,” Mike Wuerthele reports for AppleInsider.

“It isn’t clear why the unit’s stock is depleted,” Wuerthele reports. “AppleInsider spot checks across the United States show little or no stock available at Apple Retail for pickup.”

“At present, the online Apple Store says that the device will ship in four to five weeks,” Wuerthele reports. “The 32GB model is unaffected, and has wide availability.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Not enough supply to satisfy demand. Play it again, Sam!

And, where is our Amazon Prime Video app for Apple TV that Apple promised was “coming soon” back in early September?

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Where is the Apple TV’s Amazon Prime Video app? – November 2, 2017
Apple CEO Tim Cook: The ‘operations genius’ who never has enough products to sell at launch – October 23, 2017
Apple reveals HomePod smart home music speaker – June 5, 2017
Apple is misplaying the hand Steve Jobs left them – November 30, 2016
Apple delays AirPod rollout – October 26, 2016
Apple delays release of watchOS 2 due to bug – September 16, 2015
Apple delays HomeKit launch until autumn – May 14, 2015
Apple delays production of 12.9-inch ‘iPad Pro’ in face of overwhelming iPhone 6/Plus demand – October 9, 2014
Tim Cook’s mea culpa: iMac launch should have been postponed – April 24, 2013