MacPro listed under iMac in refurb store?

goodcow

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http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/specialdeals/mac/mac_pro

The navigation sidebar in the refurb store now lists MacPro's (and displays) under the iMac header.

MacBook
MacBook Air
-> MacBook Air 11"
-> MacBook Air 13"
MacBook Pro
-> MacBook Pro 13"
-> MacBook Pro 15"
-> MacBook Pro 17"
Mac mini
iMac
-> iMac 21.5"
-> iMac 27"
-> Mac Pro
-> Displays
Mac Accessories

Anyone wanna read into this with some conspiracy theories?
 

Amethyst

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Aug 8, 2006
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If Apple doesn't announce to discontinue Mac Pro.
You will found another 1,000 reasons. IMO
 

Neodym

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Jul 5, 2002
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Interesting. A couple of minutes earlier i checked the refurb store, but did not notice that interesting tidbit.

However - currently it does not make that much sense to me, as they also list displays under the iMac now. My first idea was that they may restructure into Desktop vs. mobile computing, but then the Mac mini still has his own separate entry.

For now i am not nervous...
 

Umbongo

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Sep 14, 2006
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Interesting. A couple of minutes earlier i checked the refurb store, but did not notice that interesting tidbit.

However - currently it does not make that much sense to me, as they also list displays under the iMac now. My first idea was that they may restructure into Desktop vs. mobile computing, but then the Mac mini still has his own separate entry.

For now i am not nervous...
It's a formatting issue most likely. They aren't under the iMac section in any other way. Look at the links, iMacs, mac minis, Mac Pros and displays are under the mac category.
 

thormarketing

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Jul 6, 2009
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As an Apple fanatic and nerd, I feel pretty split about this.

Steve Jobs didn't like customers being able to modify or expand his products, which makes for awesome consistency and quality - but as a nerd you want to mess with and play with your stuff!

I think the Mac Pro is a great median, it looks absolutely beautiful inside - moreso than the case itself. You want to expand it/mess with it, but it still has that Apple quality. I've built many PCs and no matter what you do, even buying the high end cases, they're not as nice as a Mac Pro.
 

cragmr

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Jul 21, 2011
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Someone screwed up the CSS, that is all.

Click on the iMac and notice how it jumps two levels deep in the sitemap, where clicking on Mac Pro or Displays only jumps you a single level deep.
 
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