New Apple Product? $1499

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  1. arn
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    Someone submitted this... you can find it on MacConnection's site:
     

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  2. arn
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    there's another one... though it doesn't say "new apple product"
     

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    $1499 & $2999 at about 10 pounds each?

    I'm thinking new displays.
     
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    Yea

    New displays for sure!
     
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    Oh man...shouldn't get my hopes up...but I think it's a Cube (the chances of it being a cube is miniscule because it wouldn't weigh 10 pounds).

    maybe something else...

    two displays at two totally different prices? I doubt it...

    edit: the 15" studio display weighs in at a little over 11 pounds...the odds of it being a display are like zero...
     
  6. arn
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    Well, it could potentially correspond to a 20" and 23" LCD. (with a price drop on the current LCD)

    But... also 10.00 Lbs could just be a "default" weight.

    who knows... it could be nothing :)

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  7. macrumors G4

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    I'm thinking that they're going to drop the 22", introduce a 20.1" at about the price of the 'new Apple product' and drop the 23" down about a thousand which could explain the price differences.[​IMG]
     
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    yeah, but it's a $42 shipping fee...looks like displays, or, else?
     
  9. macrumors 6502a

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    Why not call them up and ask about the item number? :cool:
     
  10. macrumors 6502

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    Whatever they are, if they are anything, wouldn't this tell us that they probably will come out this Tuesday, the 28? I don't think MacConnection would leave something that vague on their site for more than a few days.:confused:
     
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    yeah im gonna have to go with LCD's. the prices sound just about right. seems like a nice price for the 20.1" if thats what it is.
     
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    if it was the rebirth of the cube, quite a few ppl will be happy ;)
     
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    Would also be a nice price for the new PowerMacs...
     
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    Searched for 'MITonly' brought up a third item.


    Mac
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    Special Order
    $239

    MIT AppleCare Plan PowerBook
     
  15. Gus
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    Just an FYI, those prices are the same exact prices my University Apple store is selling the 2 new Powerbooks at. I think that's what that is. If you search for the previous item number (423950) it is a Powerbook. Not exactly conclusive, but I think that's what I'll guess.

    Regards,
    Gus

    P.S. I know what you are going to say..."but the Apple Ed Store has them for $1699!" That's true, but my University (University of Nebraska) has them for $1499 and $2999.
     
  16. arn
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    Before the server hicup that caused us to lose a bunch of posts on this thread...

    someone said they called MacConnection and that it was an MIT (the school) deal... and seemed that it was simply the current powerbooks

    arn
     
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    :( That's too bad. . .:mad: :) :confused: :eek:

    I was looking forward to some new displays.
     
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    Ridiculous....

    Yeah... a ten pound Apple display... my 17" Apple display weighs 22 pounds. Congratulations... this is the dumbest post I have ever seen.
     

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