Apple Restocks Massive Amount Of Refurbished Items In Online Apple Store


Following on from several days with absolutely no items in the refurbished section of the online Apple Store, Apple has completely restocked the area with a huge amount of items in the OS X and iOS device lines. There was no reason given for why the company was either letting the refurbished stock drop to nothing or whether or not a website error meant that no stock was showing up, but there a large amount of bargains available now.

Among the available products are refurbished MacBook Air models both with the earlier version Core 2 Duo processors and the later model Core i5, starting at $759 for an 11 inch model. There are also refurbished 2011 MacBook Pro models with Core i5 processors, as well as 2011 iMacs, also with Core i5 (quad core for the iMac, dual core for the MacBook Pro). There are also Mac Pro models from 2010.

Buyers will also be interested to note that there are refurbished iPod nano and iPod touch devices as well as some iPad 2 3G models for sale. In addition, Apple is also offering refurbished AirPort Express and AirPort Extreme base stations. Head on over there now to pick up a bargain and remember that all refurbished products are certified by Apple and come with a one year warranty.

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