Apple’s new wireless earbuds, called AirPods, are sold out online, but people will have another chance to buy them next week.
Apple will begin selling its AirPods in its retail stores on Dec. 19, Apple-tracking site MacRumors reports, citing a “retail source” said to have knowledge of Apple’s plans. The company will also make them available to wireless carriers and authorized Apple resellers, the report says.
Apple announced it AirPods in September as a way for people to wirelessly connect to any Bluetooth-enabled device for listening to audio and making phone calls. They were unveiled alongside the iPhone 7, which Apple released earlier this year without a headphone jack—the first Apple smartphone without one.
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Initially, the AirPods, which cost $159, were supposed to be available in stores starting in late October, but they were delayed for undisclosed reasons until earlier this week when Apple put them on sale online. The initial stock sold out within minutes, at which point the company told customers that their AirPods wouldn’t ship for weeks.
However, Apple (AAPL) said in a statement earlier this week that it would start selling AirPods in its brick-and-mortar stores next week. The company didn’t give an exact date, and after the online orders ran out, some consumers questioned online whether its retail stores would have stock available. The MacRumors report seems to answer that question.
It’s unknown how many AirPods will be available at Apple and carrier stores, however, so those hoping to get the devices will want to move quickly.
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Apple did not respond to a request for comment about the MacRumors report.