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MacFax? Want to have details of your iBook ?


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Just like CarFax , Want to know history of your iBook like:

Who made it? Where ? When ? CPU ? Bus Speed ? Screen size?

Use this link, type your iBook serial number , you will get all these details!

http://www.chipmunk.nl/klantenservice/applemodel.html

Here is what I got for my iBook:

Serial number: UV446AF4RCQ
Model: Mxxxx iBook G4 1.2GHz
Bus speed: 133MHz
Screen size: 12 inch
Factory: UV (Taiwan)
Production year: 2004
Production week: 46 (November)
Production number: 12074 (within this week)


Hope this helps.

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Here is what I get for my new 15" PowerBook:

Serial number: W8442011RGV
Name: PowerBook G4 (Aluminum Model 2004)
Model: Mxxxx PowerBook G4 1.5GHz
Bus speed: 166MHz
Screen size: 17 inch
Factory: W8 (China)
URL: Technical specifications by apple-history.com
Production year: 2004
Production week: 42 (October)
Production number: 35 (within this week)

Looking for a PowerMac G4 for $500 or less USD.
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Name: iBook G3 (Dual USB)
Model: M**** iBook G3 500MHz
Bus speed: 66MHz
Screen size: 12 inch
Factory: UV (Taiwan)
URL: Technical specifications by apple-history.com
Production year: 2001
Production week: 25 (June)
Production number: 2968 (within this week)

Hey there's a factory recall on my ibook. Is there any fee or some sort for this recall?
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Probably not...

Do you think it's wise to hand out your serial # to websites?
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Probably not...

Do you think it's wise to hand out your serial # to websites?
If your machine is already registered with Apple then what are they going to do with the serial #???

Looking for a PowerMac G4 for $500 or less USD.
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Ok good point, but if it isn't then I still wouldn't go around handing out my s/n.

But that website is probably legit anyway, so what the hell
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