There should be a link that says something like "Track Shipment" on your order status page.mattsh said:Ok.. so we're about on par then. Does the display show anything more then just 'not shipped'? Like on Dell's website, you can watch the progress of your machine as it goes through the line.
But is this only AFTER it leaves the Apple warehouse? Or during production (that is to see how close to being done it is).Unorthodox said:There should be a link that says something like "Track Shipment" on your order status page.
After.mattsh said:But is this only AFTER it leaves the Apple warehouse? Or during production (that is to see how close to being done it is).
Ok.. I figured as much.. what I was more wondering about was the internal status.. like with Dell you can see as the machine goes through the different steps of assembly and how close it actually is to shipping.Unorthodox said:After.
You'll see the link after it's left Apple and the shipping company has it.
One can hope but unrealistic. However, with the PowerPC mac minis, i seem to remember 1.5GHz shipping as 1.42GHz.SuperSnake2012 said:My theory is that Apple is delaying a little bit to give us Core 2 Duo processors.
bklam said:ps. MEMRON is not in our macbooks.
now are you trying to be funny by calling the processor memron.......i believe it is merom........but maybe you are just trying to piss people off....bklam said:I'm smiling about it because i know i will piss off some one thinking they will have a memron notebook.
I don't really care that much, i just want my notebook for school.
They might as well call it Moron.bklam said:heheheh
fantastic. memrom, my appologies.
almost sounds like some mythical god.
it looks like they're just BTOing to an 80gb HD. with the student discount, that's only $45 more, which is a lot cheaper than buying it from newegg (which is around $75 + shipping). It would save time, but not money in this case.ITASOR said:What are you BTOing? I would personally order it stock and upgrade the HD/RAM yourself.