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Does the Mac store let you play with your machine there?


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Do the Apple stores let you play with the machine you purchased at the store, to make sure everything works okay?
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You can open it there to make sure everything's okay, if that's what you mean...
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Yes, of course. I never have nor would I ever leave the store after purchasing a computer without checking it first.

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Yes, of course. I never have nor would I ever leave the store after purchasing a computer without checking it first.
That is good to hear. I want to make sure that it doesn't have any dead pixels, problems with the mouse button, etc., since it's a bit of a drive from where I live.
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