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Re: Apple: Need a new computer but getting ready to buy a car


Chris123nTx wrote:
Good point. I was at best buy the other day and dang some of those apples make me drool. I just have such a hard time spending the money.

I've never been fond about apple's computers. I find them hard to operate.




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Re: Apple: Need a new computer but getting ready to buy a car

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LS2982 wrote:

Chris123nTx wrote:
Good point. I was at best buy the other day and dang some of those apples make me drool. I just have such a hard time spending the money.

I've never been fond about apple's computers. I find them hard to operate.


Lol I find Windows to be a nightmare. There is a learning curve. Took me around 3 days to learn how most things work in OSX.

 

@Chris March 16th but if you want one you better preorder fast. They sold over 1M yesterday alone.

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Re: Apple: Need a new computer but getting ready to buy a car

UPDATE:

So, I just called for recon and was denied. Apparently my year old store cards aren't enough. The rep said the decision was based on my bank visa which is only 5 months old and they would like a minimum of 6 months, preferably a year of history. I hope the inquiry won't hurt me too bad.

should I try a different rep?
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Re: Apple: Need a new computer but getting ready to buy a car


LS2982 wrote:

Chris123nTx wrote:
Good point. I was at best buy the other day and dang some of those apples make me drool. I just have such a hard time spending the money.

I've never been fond about apple's computers. I find them hard to operate.


I used to say the same thing until I got fed up with viruses and switched over to the MBP. Now I love Macs! The newer Macs are more user-friendly than the Macs of yesteryear.


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Re: Apple: Need a new computer but getting ready to buy a car

Do they sell the iMac in the Mac Mall? I wouldn't mind a refurb iMac...


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Re: Apple: Need a new computer but getting ready to buy a car


frogfan12 wrote:

Do they sell the iMac in the Mac Mall? I wouldn't mind a refurb iMac...


They sell all macs at Mac Mall.

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