Apple lowers special deal prices on select PowerBooks, offers special deals on iMac G5, iPod, more

The Apple Store currently lists products on sale with savings on select new and unopened Apple products. All sale-priced Apple products are covered by Apple’s One-Year Limited Warranty. For extended coverage, you have the option of purchasing the AppleCare Protection Plan which extends the complimentary coverage on your sale priced Apple product up to three years of support.

Current Apple products on sale:

PowerBook 15″ 1.5GHz Combo Drive
• 512MB DDR333 SDRAM
• 80GB Hard Drive
• ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 (64 MB DDR)
• AirPort Extreme
• Bluetooth 2.0 + Enhanced Data Rates
• Backlit keyboard
Save 16% off the original price
Original price: $1999.00 | Your price: $1699.00
Estimated Ship: 3-5 business days (Free Shipping)

PowerBook 17″ 1.67GHz SuperDrive
• 512MB DDR333 SDRAM
• 100GB Hard Drive
• ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 (128 MB DDR)
• AirPort Extreme
• Bluetooth 2.0 + Enhanced Data Rates
• Backlit keyboard
• Dual link DVI
Save 15% off the original price
Original price: $2699.00 | Your price: $2299.00
Estimated Ship: 3-5 business days (Free Shipping)

Apple is also offering great deals on Apple Certified Refurbished products. Apple Certified Refurbished products are pre-owned Apple products that undergo Apple’s stringent refurbishment process prior to being offered for sale. All Apple Certified Refurbished products are covered by Apple’s One-Year Limited Warranty. For extended coverage, you have the option of purchasing the AppleCare Protection Plan with your Apple Certified Refurbished product. For your convenience, we have placed the appropiate AppleCare Protection Plan at the bottom of each Apple Certified Refurbished product collection.

Current Apple Certified Refurbished Products include:

• PowerBook G4 12-inch models starting at $1149
• PowerBook G4 15-inch models starting at $1299
• PowerBook G4 17-inch models starting at $1799
• iBook G4 14-inch models starting at $1049
• iPod shuffle models starting at $79
• iPod Non-Click Wheel (40GB) for $269
• iPod with Dock Connector starting at $179
• iPod with color display models starting at $219
• Power Mac G5 Dual 2.3 GHz model for $1999
• Displays starting at $699
• eMac models starting at $639
• Mac mini models starting at $439
• iMac G5 (20-inch) for $1149.

More information and more Special Deals can be found on Apple’s Special Deals page.

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27 Comments

  1. Arnie,

    MDN clearly states that they are an Apple Store affiliate. If you don’t care to read it, don’t click the article. Some of us are happy to support MDN since we enjoy the site for free.

    BTW: I bough an iBook for my Mom – an Apple refurb that looks like new and works like a charm. Replaced her Gateway. No more Windows support calls every other day for me!!!

  2. I’m not the slightest bit p.o.ed. Buy to your heart’s content, you immature dweeb.

    I just don’t think they should present it as news. It ain’t. I thought this site had a little more integrity.

  3. This stuff doesn’t pay for itself. By that, I mean that the articles that are posted here are here because the folks of MDN put them here. They don’t charge for people to access the site, but they do ask that we click their links from time to time, and heaven forbid, buy stuff if we are in the market.

    This is here to let those potential buyers know that there are some great deals to be had.

    I for one, don’t have a problem with that. I like reading the articles on this site. It is convenient to find them all in one place, and it is constantly updated.

    If you have a problem with that, go find another site to frequent.

  4. Actually, it is “news,” because I wanted one of the $699 iBooks that disappeared from Apple’s site earlier this week (because they had run out at the time, I suppose). So, I qouldn’t have known that I can grab one now…and support this site.

  5. Put the disclaimer at the top of the article.
    That´s the news.

    If this is news, so are all the ads on the right hand side.
    Why doesn´t Apple advertise on this site?

    Gee….next MDN will be listing all the macs for sale on eBAy.

  6. Dear MDN,

    Which “Apple Store” are you referring to the United States of America store, or is it the British one, or is it the Australian one which also uses dollars.

    Of course the non-American readers know which one you are referring to but there is more than one Apple Store and we “other” readers would appreciate greater accuracy on your behalf. Alternatively, you may not care about non-Americans in which case perhaps you should just call yourself Mac Daily American News. Come on MDN get your act together and recognise your inaccuracies.

  7. No other english language aggregators of Apple news and events (and there are plenty) are prompter with Apple coverage overall, than MDN. Very few others are as comprehensive. That said, most of the other sites which monitor and report on Apple interest items also make regular reportage of significant Apple sale events.

    I would speculate that anyone who perceives MDN’s reportage on this particular Topic to be insignificant, probably doesn’t follow Apple with any meaningful regularity.

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