Apple's AirPods are finally available after a delay

The company had some unspecified problems with the AirPods, and they missed their initial deadline of October.

| Dec 13, 2016 at 4:22 pm CST

Apple's AirPods, the wireless ear buds that are somewhat of a replacement for the lack of a headphone jack on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, are finally available for sale and shipping, the company announced.

Apple's AirPods are finally available after a delay | TweakTown.com

The AirPods are available to order online and will be arriving at Apple stores next week.

The company had some unspecified problems with the AirPods, and they missed their initial deadline of October. Back then, Apple said that AirPods aren't ready for customers without further explanation.

AirPods are now available in more than 100 countries, and if you decide to order it online, Apple encourages its customers to check online updates on availability and estimated delivery dates.

AirPods will be shipping in limited quantities at launch and customers are encouraged to check online for updates on availability and estimated delivery dates. Stores will receive regular AirPod shipments.

At the moment, shipping is in four weeks, meaning that if you order your $159 AirPods today, you will not get them before Christmas unless you manage to get one from a store.

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