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I bought Applecare with my Mac, but I installed the CD and all I have is this program to check on all the interior of my computer, but it says it needs to be upgrades, wouldn't I buy it already upgraded, and also is that all I get and just a warranty?
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That program doesn't really matter much its just the extended warranty

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It's also 3 years of telephone support instead of 3 months.
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I think I might not buy Applecare for my iBook and take the risk.
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I think I might not buy Applecare for my iBook and take the risk.
I highly recommend AppleCare for powerbooks and the newest models of a generation. iBooks don't seem to have as many problems as PowerBooks but they can still exist

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