Finally ordered...

Discussion in 'iMac' started by KJmoon117, Sep 15, 2007.

  1. KJmoon117 macrumors 6502a

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    Finally, I been an avid Mac fan for months yet I couldn't order and now... It's ordered...

    Well I ordered :
    APP - IPOD NANO/SHUFFLE - EK-USA
    Ships by: Sep 17 - Sep 18
    Delivers by: Sep 19 - Sep 24

    1 VM WARE - FUSION-USA
    Ships by: Sep 26 - Oct 1
    Delivers by: Sep 28 - Oct 5

    1 HP PHOTOSMART C4280 ALL-IN-ONE-USA
    Ships by: Sep 17 - Sep 18
    Delivers by: Sep 19 - Sep 24

    1 IPOD NANO 8G BLACK PERSONAL-2ND GEN-USA
    [​IMG] Engraved

    Ships by: Sep 17 - Sep 18
    Delivers by: Sep 19 - Sep 24

    1 IMAC 20/SD
    Custom configured

    Ships by: Sep 19 - Sep 21
    Delivers by: Sep 21 - Sep 27

    1 BNDL .MAC - RETAIL BOX PROMO-USA



    .MAC 5.0 RETAIL BOX-INT
    Ships by: Sep 17 - Sep 18
    Delivers by: Sep 19 - Sep 24

    and the Wireless N enabler... Since I used the education discount I finally get an iPod, also I was wondering if 1GB vs 3GB would really matter since I was thinking of whether to just buy an extra stick of 2Gb and sticking it in there or not.

    So basically I got a 20" 2.0ghz iMac with 500GB, 1GB, iWork '08, Wired Keyboard+Mouse, and .Mac...!

    But another question I have is, are Apple's shipping estimates fairly accurate?
     
  2. Osarkon macrumors 68020

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    3Gb of memory would be better, but 1Gb is fine.

    Their delivery dates are normally quite accurate, yes. Although occasionally the product is delivered early, I haven't heard of a late delivery yet.
     
  3. taylorwilsdon macrumors 68000

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    Apples shipping is usually overestimated. They give themselves more time then they need so that they will surprise you :)
     
  4. KJmoon117 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Sweet, what does it mean when they say "Prepared for Shipment"? Like is it all packed and ready for pick up or ..?

    Thanks,
    Kjmoon117
     
  5. albert1028 macrumors 6502

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    Yup, that means you'll soon get a tracking number. Anticipation sucks huh? ;)
     
  6. KJmoon117 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Yep, what's worse is that :apple:'s website, especially their store is bugging out on me... :(
     

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