Aside from the retina error, where's the scam?
Several things about this scream "scam"
* free worldwide shipping (massive, massive red flag)
* request to be contacted by email first before bidding and indicating that bids will be cancelled otherwise (gigantic violation of ebay TOS)
* $1000 buy it now price listed in the details after a 32GB memory upgrade (for a machine that costs $2000 from Apple in the base config).
* the whole details page is a jpg image, designed to avoid ebay's automated text scanning system that quickly flags scam auctions by looking for things like "email me first" type text/
There is nothing about this auction that says legit. Anyone who falls for it is just not paying attention.
Likely his "terms of sale" that he wants to discuss are to be paid via paypal gift outside of ebay's payment system - that way he just runs off with the money, never sends the item which he very, very obviously does not have, and you have no way to get your money back.
As soon as an ebay rep sees the report they'll take this down.