Apple cuts prices on Apple Certified iPods, iPod nanos, MacBook, MacBook Pro

Apple has lowered prices on refurbished iPods and iPod nanos. Apple also still has some ‘reborn to rock’ bundles on refurb iPod. Customers get a free accessory when they buy a qualified refurbished iPod.

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.

Check out these prices on refurbished products:

30 GB iPod with video only $199
60 GB iPod with video only $299
1 GB iPod nano only $109
2 GB iPod nano only $129
4 GB iPod nano only $169
Macbook, 1.83 GHz, Intel Core Duo, White only $949
MacBook Pro, 15-inch, 1.83GHz Intel Core Duo only $1,549

Check them out at the Apple Store online:
Apple Certified Refurbished iPods
Apple Certified Refurbished Macs

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  1. Scared the Shit out of me.

    I just ordered a Nano for my wife to use while she runs.
    I was affraid they lowered again.

    MDN you are way late on this! This happened a week ago!

    Maybe his steveness phoned and asked who to make the check to to get sales moving.


  2. I’ll take that to mean these refurbished iPods include blemish-free faces and backs? As a lowly PC user, I’m not quite used to the smug sarcasm of Mac people. It’s rather difficult for me to decipher your statement.

    I tried one of those language translation sites but Mac smugness wasn’t listed as an option. Is there anyone who knows both Mac smugness and English that can help me? I’d like to go for one of those iPods but I’m not sure if surface scratches are considered “defective” and therefore fall under the refurbishment process.

  3. Mr. Nixon, I didn’t know you would be able to use an iPod from the grave…. but not knowing for sure, I’d be fairly sure that any refurb iPod nano would look like new, including same warranty, etc.. most likely these are just units returned after a few days, rather than some seriously used units with wear and tear on them. But, it’s only my guess… I thinking of getting one at these prices (macbook and 60 gig iPod.)

  4. Can anyone tell me the difference between a 512 MB iPod Shuffle and an iPod Shuffle 512 MB? For $49 you can get a 512 MB iPod Shuffle with a free accessory (armband or external battery) but the iPod Shuffle 512 MB is $49 without any free accessories. Am I missing something?

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