Apple is selling a 30GB iPod Video for $300

Discussion in 'iPod' started by RedCroissant, Dec 9, 2012.

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    RedCroissant

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    Time travel is real! The only issue seems to be that when you go back in time a bit, certain stuff is in French(no idea). Anyway, Apple is in fact selling(or has accidentally posted) a 5th Generation Video iPod(black) for $300.


    Cool huh?

    http://store.apple.com/ca_edu_107689/product/MA146C/A
     
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    Fralle

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    Real cool, but its only for Canadian customers ;)
     
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    MVallee

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    That sure takes me back. I had the black one. People who complain about the black iPhone 5 scratching obviously never owned one of these. Good times.
     
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    RedCroissant

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    This is awesome! I was about to post the question, "What's the record for most views of a thread with no replies?" But the both of you ruined it! Do you know what I could have won??? I don't either.

    I still have that same model iPod(and so does my wife) and it works perfectly. I think I'll just have to move to Canada so I can buy a 7 year-old piece of hardware for full price! I don't know what's going on with the Canada store, but last week they were selling an iBook G4 and a Powermac G5 for full price as well.

    ....Maybe Canada is the real key to time travel as long as you say the words "Time" and "Travel" in French as you're crossing the border...hmmmmm
     
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    Fralle

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    Oops. Je suis désolé. J'espère que vous ne manquez pas rien prix cher. Peut-être un ipod Video? ;)
     
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    I wonder why they're doing that :s
     
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    FlatlinerG

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    Funny thing is is that this model is now vintage according to Apple, meaning you'd buy it new and it would instantly have zero hardware coverage.
     
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    RedCroissant

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    uhhhh..Je ne comprends pas? I don't speak French, which is also why I obviously cannot travel through time. But did it work? Are you back in the Bush era? Ha Ha, that's barely funny.
     

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