2009 Mac Pros gone from refurb store.

Slow Programmer

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I check out Apples refurbished store often. In the last three weeks the 2009 Mac Pros have vanished. I supposed it is to be expected as selling a three year old computer along with offering a three-year warranty is probably asking for trouble on Apple's part. I never understood why people bought them when the 2010 models were just $80.00 more anyway.
 

GGJstudios

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May 16, 2008
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The Apple refurb inventory changes constantly, sometimes several times a day. It has no relation to upcoming product releases or changes in the product line. Refurb.me will give you information about recent and current offerings on the Apple refurb store.
 
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Slow Programmer

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The Apple refurb inventory changes constantly, sometimes several times a day. It has no relation to upcoming product releases or changes in the product line. Refurb.me will give you information about recent and current offerings on the Apple refurb store.
I don't see 2009 models on that link. It is also not a choice in the drop-down menu.

The USA store is what I check.
 
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GGJstudios

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I don't see 2009 models on that link. It is also not a choice in the drop-down menu.

The USA store is what I check.
I didn't say 2009 models were on that link. I said that site gives you information about current and recent items.
 
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Slow Programmer

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I didn't say 2009 models were on that link. I said that site gives you information about current and recent items.
Lets try again. If I go to that site and fill out the form to notify me when a configuration I want becomes available, there is no option to select 2009 models. I can only select 2010.

Perhaps there is confusion with my OP. I am only pointing out that 2009 Mac Pros have not been listed in the USA store for at least three weeks. I don't think it has anything to do with future releases, but only that the machines are so old now they are going to stop selling them as refurbs.
 
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theSeb

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Lets try again. If I go to that site and fill out the form to notify me when a configuration I want becomes available, there is no option to select 2009 models. I can only select 2010.
I assume that means that the 2009 Mac Pro has not been availably recently nor is it available currently. Or maybe not.

The last time I saw a 2009 Pro on the refurbished store in the UK was over a month ago.
 
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GGJstudios

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Lets try again. If I go to that site and fill out the form to notify me when a configuration I want becomes available, there is no option to select 2009 models. I can only select 2010.
Yes, let's try again:
Refurb.me will give you information about recent and current offerings on the Apple refurb store.
They do not track every model ever made by Apple; only those that have appeared in the refurb store recently.
 
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CausticPuppy

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Stuff disappears and reappears on the refurb store on a daily basis. But 3-year old hardware would be pushing it anyway.
 
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ActionableMango

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OP, I think you are breaking some MR forums rules here.

Based on most of the other posts in this forum, I'm pretty sure you either need to use this as evidence that the Mac Pro is dead, or evidence that the new Mac Pro is imminent.

:p
 
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