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Do I have snow leopard preinstalled?


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I just got a MBP 13" 2.53GHz from the online apple store today. Its a birthday present so I can't have it til then ( dec)

I want to know whether it has snow leopard preinsatlled or do i have to buy a copy?
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Yes, all machines that were purchased since the August release of Snow Leopard will have that OS. This includes refurbished units.

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I just got a MBP 13" 2.53GHz from the online apple store today. Its a birthday present so I can't have it til then ( dec)

I want to know whether it has snow leopard preinsatlled or do i have to buy a copy?
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