Help, Guides, and News on making the Switch To Apple Macintosh Computers
September 2007 Archives
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple CEO has written a letter to iPhone customers apologizing for the $200 price drop. He personally received hundreds of emails from iPhone customers who voiced their feeling about the iPhone price drop two months after it went on sale.
In light of the Apple price drop on the iPhone and the new iPod announcements yesterday, let's not forget that Apple still sells computers! Head on over to the Apple Outlet to see the current deals on refurbished Macs. If you're in the market for a Mac and/or are thinking about making the switch, refurbished models are a great way to lower the purchase price.
We reported yesterday that if Apple was to unveil new iPods today that they would not be eligible for the 2007 Back To School Promotion. Apple has updated the FAQ page for the program with the following statements:
At a special event at San Francisco's Moscone West called "The Beat Goes On", Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs unveiled revamped iPods with new features, colors, software, and a new version of iTunes that brings ringtone capability to the iPhone. Overall the event marked the next stage in Apple's Digital lifestyle strategy and product roadmap. The highlight of the event was the unveiling of the new iPod Touch, Apple's first touch screen iPod and a Wi-Fi version of the iTunes store specifically for the iPod Touch and iPhone.
Ok so you're a student thinking about buying a Mac and want a free iPod (nano or up to $199 back towards another model) thanks to the 2007 Back To School Promotion. You're also paying attention to the buzz about potential iPod updates tomorrow. According to the Terms and Conditions of the rebate form, only existing iPods will be eligible for the rebate, new models won't be offered for the promotion.