Apple said today its iPod mini digital music players would be internationally available beginning July 24, and this at a price of $249.
In March, the company said it would delay the international launch of the player due to stronger-than-expected U.S. demand and tight supplies of the hard drive, which is at the core of the player.
Normally Apple would have start shipping the Mini iPods in April. The Mini iPod is a smaller version of the iPod player. It is about the lenght and width of a business card, and it's capable to storage about 1,000 songs.