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    Check your Build Date.

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    Check your Build Date.
    Found this on Another site and think it should be a sticky

    Apple serial number info // Decode your Mac's serial number!

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    Check your Build Date.
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    Cool, Coconut Identity Card does this too.

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    Check your Build Date.
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    Thats Brilliant

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    Check your Build Date.
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    Cool!
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