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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

in the ibook bundle.


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i was wondering what exactly comes with the ibook
headphones etc.

if anyone could help or tell me a site it would be much apriated


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From what I can tell it is just iBook, power adapter, and the VGA adapter. I could be wrong.
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Setup CDs
iLife (I think)
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I don't think it comes with headphones, iPods do though. They're just little earbuds, but I hear they have okay sound quality and are possibly rebranded Sennheisers. However, I doubt they offer much in the way of sharp highs or deep booming base.
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I use the iPod earbuds, the sound quality is good enough IMO, not very comfortable. I like them enough that I am not going to go spend money on a new pair.
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http://www.apple.com/ibook/specs.html

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