Macbook Pro Retina 15, 2.6gz, 16GB, 1TB - Dropped from online shop?

Godlikes

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Dec 6, 2013
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Was wondering why the Macbook Pro Retina 15, 2.6gz, 16GB, 1TB was removed from the online shop?

Checked UK and US websites, it's no longer there.
 

Godlikes

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Dec 6, 2013
21
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Oh ok, you have to customise it (built-to-order).

In the Store, they have the maxed out ones prebuilt and ready to buy.
 

durkkin

macrumors regular
Sep 23, 2013
175
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If you need to return it, would you still have to ship it or can you return to the store you pickup from?
As long as it passes through a store you can return it in store. If it's shipped straight to you, you have to ship it back.
 

Jack Sun

macrumors member
Oct 30, 2013
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If it's shipped straight to you, you have to ship it back.
Totally wrong, did you just pretend like you knew for fun??

I recently read a study about people like you. In the Internet age, when we benefit from the reviews and experiences of so many people, researchers testing the quality of such data have actually found that many online reviewers/commenters act MORE confident and authoritative the LESS they know! ? Thus take confidently wrong authoritative statements like yours with a healthy scepticism.

:D
 

pgiguere1

macrumors 68020
May 28, 2009
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Oh ok, you have to customise it (built-to-order).

In the Store, they have the maxed out ones prebuilt and ready to buy.
It's always been like that. Apple retail stores offer the basic configurations displayed on the online store + a maxed out model that you can otherwise only get as BTO online.
 

Godlikes

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Dec 6, 2013
21
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It's always been like that. Apple retail stores offer the basic configurations displayed on the online store + a maxed out model that you can otherwise only get as BTO online.

OK, many thanks for that explanation!
 

durkkin

macrumors regular
Sep 23, 2013
175
1
Totally wrong, did you just pretend like you knew for fun??

I recently read a study about people like you. In the Internet age, when we benefit from the reviews and experiences of so many people, researchers testing the quality of such data have actually found that many online reviewers/commenters act MORE confident and authoritative the LESS they know! ? Thus take confidently wrong authoritative statements like yours with a healthy scepticism.

:D
Totally wrong, did you just pretend like you knew for fun??

I recently read a study about people like you. They're called *******s. I worked at the Genius Bar for 2 years and as a Specialist before that. If the policy has changed, it's been since I quit.
 
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