Hi there So should I return my MacBook for a refund and buy a new one when the new ones come out in September/October? I recently purchased a MacBook online with UK higher educational discount. I was coming to the end of my masters course so I decided to purchase it now before I was no longer a student. However it now turns out that I am likely to be a student until at least Christmas. I've not broken any seals on the MacBook. I did open the box to look inside at the contents but that was it. Nothing has been used. Although their website claims I am outside the return deadline, the MacBook was delivered to me on 30 July which was less than 14 days ago which means I am still within the returns period. I do not need to use the MacBook right now. I was planning to start using it once my course finished and I had time to set it up. If I chose to return it, does anyone know if I can return it by my own appointed courier or do Apple require you to use one they appoint? I ask because, although my MacBook is not refurbished, the price for sending back a refurbished computer worth more than £300 is £60. I list that price because there are some missing parts to Apples terms and conditions for UK sales for new computers. Namely the cost of return. The terms and conditions(http://a248.e.akamai.net/7/248/8352...Catalog/uk/Images/salespolicies_consumer.html) state in paragraph 7.2 that "If you choose to return a product the transportation charges set out in paragraph 7.2 paragraph D below will apply." Paragraph 7.5 sates "(v) Please note that we reserve the right to reject any Product(s) that are not returned in accordance with the provisions set out above and particularly within paragraphs B and C D." However there is no 7.2 paragraph D. There is for the refurbished sales terms and conditions but those are a separate set of terms and conditions that do not apply to my purchase. Surely if they do not set out any charges for the return, I can use my own courier company of choosing. May be there are no charges but that seems highly unlikely. Post Office special delivery with £1000 damage insurance is only £21.45 which is a third of the price that Apple charge for sending back refurbished computers. I've also been reading about the back to school offers which start in September. Am I right in thinking they will only apply to current stock and not the fourth coming MacBooks. I'm not that bothered about iPods. I would rather have an updated computer. Kind regards Infobleep PS I should have come to this site before I purchased but I didn't think to search for such a site before placing my order.