Apple TV ships

Apple StoreAfter an initial delay, Apple TV is now on the way to customers.

Many MacDailyNews readers report receiving emails that notify them that the product is shipping, some due to arrive as early as Thursday.

MacDailyNews Note: Since last Tuesday, multiple MacDailyNews readers have reported having their credit cards charged for their Apple TV orders. Apple customer service says that credit cards are only actually charged when the product is “ready for shipping.”

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  1. I really really want this thing but $300 is kinda expensive.

    But if my damn xbox 360 won’t get hacked to play .avi movies before the end of this year than i’ll get the Apple TV.

  2. Got my notice this morning. Should be here by Friday. Can’t wait!!! I want my Apple TV!!!!

    I got my new Airport Extreme last Friday. Works great! The two are a match made in Mac Heaven. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”smile” style=”border:0;” />

  3. Cool. This is the first time i’ve ever pre-ordered a product..

    I just really hope that there are no major issues with the first batches like there have been with MacBooks and other 1st gen Apple products.. I mean, how much can go wrong with a wireless box with a hard drive, right?

  4. $200 is a fair price, $300 is a little too high. Sorry to be so cheap, but with apple selling more products and me needing to buy everything apple, it all starts to add up after awhile. In the good ole days, apple only sold 2 or 3 products, now there is an iPod, an iMac, base station, appletv, iphone. With more products available, lets start to lower the profit marge a little, please.

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