Apple overhauls Certified Refurbished Online Store with new design and more

On Thursday evening Apple gave “its Certified Refurbished Online Store a visual overhaul,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “The new site design features larger images, easier navigation between various categories, and more.”

Until yesterday, “Apple’s refurbished store was anything but visually appealing, skipping many of the more modern design trends that have come to other parts of Apple’s website over recent years,” Miller reports. “The homepage of the new Certified Refurbished Online Store features a large banner along the top, with Apple saying its refurbished products come with ‘guaranteed Apple quality.'”

Miller reports, “On the refurbished product homepage, Apple also lays out a set of ‘Featured Offers.'”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Apple’s Certified Refurbished Online Store looks and works a bit better now. Check it out here.

8 Comments

  1. I liked the old one better. You could see at a glance what models were released when, how much memory, how many ports, what kind of HD and graphics. Now you have to delve into each tile for that info. Ugh!

    1. I bought my last three Mac Book’s refurbished and have never had a problem. I used them in dusty, hot, remote field locations all over the world – a testament to the build quality. The only thing I have bought new was my iPhone 5SE.

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