iBook bottom of refurb?

Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by Buschmaster, Mar 18, 2006.

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    Buschmaster

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    Maybe I'm wrong, but I believe the iBook used to be way up 1st or 2nd of the refurb store... Could and probably does mean nothing, but it seems strange with all the intensity of supposed "slip-ups" from Apple reguarding the new iBook or MacBook.
     
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    Maxiseller

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    I think it means nothing! relax...
     
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    Buschmaster

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    Well, I'm sure it doesn't mean anything, but weird never the less, right?
     
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    celebrian23

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    I thought this was a little weird, but that doesn't mean it means anything either.
     
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    jholzner

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    I noticed that too. They reshuffled some other things around as well. I've noticed them do that other times in the past.
     
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    probably just trying to give more attention to the products that they want to move out of there faster.
     
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    onthat

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    ...ibooks are no longer at the bottom, they are now near the middle.

    They probably just rearranged some things when they put all the intel macs on the refurb list.
     
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    celebrian23

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    Well things at the top get noticed more. I say they're definitely trying to rid themselves of the 15'' pb. The wireless stuff, which is less likely to be bought new anyways, is at the bottom. So I'm not sure if reshuffling signififes something.
     

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