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UK and US ibook keyboard .... is this true?


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I just bought an American iBook (i live in the UK) but being told that the apple macs use the same keyboard in the UK and the US, now i have just seen somewhere that they dont!! can some one clear this up for me? if they are different can you tell me the differences in them? i mean in the setup for win xp it asks for which region you are in UK or anywhere else does it do this when installing OSX? thx
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Built-in full-size keyboard with 77 (US) or 78 (ISO) keys, including 12 function keys, 4 arrow keys (inverted T arrangement) and embedded numeric keypad

Solid-state trackpad for precise cursor control; supports tap, double-tap and drag capabilities


Thats all i could find on the apple.com/uk/ page
I don't think there should be any problems im just not sure how you would sset up the pound key
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Built-in full-size keyboard with 77 (US) or 78 (ISO) keys, including 12 function keys, 4 arrow keys (inverted T arrangement) and embedded numeric keypad

Solid-state trackpad for precise cursor control; supports tap, double-tap and drag capabilities


Thats all i could find on the apple.com/uk/ page
I don't think there should be any problems im just not sure how you would sset up the pound key
dont care about pound key $ dollar would be fine, i would have bought a UK one but im only 16 and going to college and it was so cheap at $700
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dont care about pound key $ dollar would be fine, i would have bought a UK one but im only 16 and going to college and it was so cheap at $700
So young to be going to college.

I started college when I was about 17 and 2 months.

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i will be 18 and 3 months when i start college
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i will be 18 and 3 months when i start college
im in the UK we finish high school at 16 and then start college straight away then after college for 2 years till we are 18 we go to uni till we are 21
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