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  1. Friday Potluck

    iPhone Tip - Shutting Phone Functions Off
    How do you switch the phone functions off but keep the rest of your
    iPhone functioning? ( Find out at OS2Guy Blog )

    iPhone WiFi Purchase Patent Granted To Apple
    Forbes is reporting that Apple has been granted a patent that will
    allow iPhone owners to purchase just about anything you want ...
    ( Find out at OS2Guy Blog )

    Apple Shares Opened Over $200 Today.

    As always beautiful HD desktop wallpapers available to all visitors.

    Dr. Tim Martin, The OS/2 Guy
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    Apple's online store is offering refurbished current-generation
    aluminum iMacs for as little as $1,049 with a standard one-year
    warranty and free shipping.

    ttp://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPLE/WebObjects/AppleStore?node=home/specialdeals/mac&cid=AOS-US-AFFC-CPU&aosid=p201&AID=10480985&PID=1657899

    The Cupertino-based company has listed its reconditioned aluminum iMac
    20-inch 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo with 1GB of memory, a 250GB hard
    drive, an 8X SuperDrive CD/DVD burner, and an ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT
    graphics card for $1,049.

    Two other aluminum iMacs -- the 20-inch 2.4GHz model and the 24-inch
    2.4GHz model priced at $1,299 and $1,549, respectively -- are also
    available with 1GB of memory, a 20GB hard drive, an 8x SuperDrive CD/
    DVD burner, and an ATI Radeon HD2600 PRO graphics card.

    Apple's online offerings also list a Mac mini 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
    system with 1GB of memory, a 120GB hard drive, and a SuperDrive CD/DVD
    burner for $679.

    Note: Refurbished from Apple is not a bad word. You're not dealing
    with a third party company fixing bad computers. You are dealing
    directly with the company that *makes* the computers. They remove/
    replace any piece of hardware that is reported as not working
    correctly, run it through 200 hours of pre-tests then offer it back to
    the buying public with a full year's warranty as well as an additional
    AppleCare contract (if you want it).

    Most Mac users never purchase AppleCare. Why? Apple's hardware is so
    good there is rarely, if ever, a reason to pay an additional feel
    "just in case" a part goes out. If you're a worry-wort over such
    things or a person with just plain bad luck, then buy AppleCare.

    If you've been thinking about moving to the Mac, this is a great
    opportunity!

    Dr. Tim Martin, The OS/2 Guy
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    http://www.os2guy.com





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