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swapping bluetooth from 1 ibook to other ibook


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hello peeps. i have 3 ibooks, 1 of which has bluetooth factory installed. i woiuld like to know if i can swap the parts required from the ibook that has the bluetooth wich is 1.07 ghz into the ibook that doesnt wich is 1.33 ghz. also the ibook WITHOUT the bluetooth has a larger HDD , a brighter screen and is in generally in much cleaner and better shape.. i know that bluetooth is added at the factory, but im just curious if i can swap these parts from one ibook case to another.

thanks in advance.

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