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Old Nov 15, 2012, 02:01 PM   #1
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Are black Apple products faster than white ones?

Silly question, but I'd just like to clear things up.

I heard this from a friend of mine, but I really wasn't certain. Right now, I have a black iPod and a white iPhone 3 (really dinked up) - but I plan on doing a couple things from Thanksgiving to Christmas:

- T-Mobile contract expires soon (going to Verizon) getting an iPhone 4S with the contract

- laptop has been giving me problems (returning it) with money refunded, buying a used Macbook Pro

- getting an iPad 2 for Christmas

Do black Apple, Inc. products run faster than white ones?

As a follow up question, do white Apple, Inc. products get dirtier faster than the black Apple, Inc. products?
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Old Nov 15, 2012, 02:03 PM   #2
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Yes. Just like in sports, this rule applies.

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