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Hi guys, not quite sure where to put this, but since I'm a potential "switcher" I figured I would put it here.

Can you only get the option of finance if you purchase an iMac from the Apple website? Or can it also be arranged during a visit to al Apple store to purchase?

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I can't speak for the Apple Stores in the UK, but in the US you can obtain credit with Apple on their web site. After credit is approved, you can arrange to pick up your purchase at a local Apple Store. It would be best to check with Apple customer service to see if you can do the same.
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In the U.S. you can make use of that same credit offered online in the store - takes about the same length of time - roughly 30 seconds here.

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In fact, at the Apple retail stores in the US they hand you an iPad and direct you to the web application to apply.
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In fact, at the Apple retail stores in the US they hand you an iPad and direct you to the web application to apply.
I shall have to pay a visit to my local Apple store when I can and see what they say I suppose Figured I would ask here though in case someone from the UK could of answered.

The 27" iMac's do look nice though, this coming from a heavy PC user and an IT Systems Engineer to boot
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