After rejecting new contracts earlier this month, several Apple resellers have now signed deals to keep selling Apple products, according to c|net. “Among the holdouts that have reached a pact with Apple are Dell Computer, Fry’s Electronics and Micro Center, according to a source familiar with the situation. A number of resellers lost authorization to sell Apple gear as of April 1 by refusing to sign a new contract with Apple. A Dell representative said last week that the company remained in talks with Apple although it had stopped selling the iPod… a Dell representative confirmed that the Apple music players should be available again shortly.” Apple said in a statement today that those resellers that have not yet signed deals represent 0.3 percent of Apple’s sales in 2002. A week ago, those that had not signed accounted for 1.5 percent.