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No you are not wasting your money. Until 2012 I was always a PC man until purchased an I-phone. Then my daughter gave me an I-pad for Christmas. I was impressed so much by the quality and functionality of them both, so much, I purchased an I-mac pro desk top and then a MacBook Pro laptop. I will never go back to a PC again.
By Joeonbhi on July 13, 2013
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99.9% These Late-2013 Mac Pros definitely come with latest Yosemite. But there has been a new big update for Yosemite too, that probably wouldn't be part of this package. You can just login to your App store, update is ready for you there. Even if your machine comes with Mountain Lion (10.8.X), it can be upgraded to cu… see more 99.9% These Late-2013 Mac Pros definitely come with latest Yosemite. But there has been a new big update for Yosemite too, that probably wouldn't be part of this package. You can just login to your App store, update is ready for you there. Even if your machine comes with Mountain Lion (10.8.X), it can be upgraded to current Yosemite (10.10.2/10.10.3) without a problem. see less 99.9% These Late-2013 Mac Pros definitely come with latest Yosemite. But there has been a new big update for Yosemite too, that probably wouldn't be part of this package. You can just login to your App store, update is ready for you there. Even if your machine comes with Mountain Lion (10.8.X), it can be upgraded to current Yosemite (10.10.2/10.10.3) without a problem.
By Hemanth Sankepally on February 23, 2015
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Oh yeah, it does. It comes with the CD/DVD slot. The newest Apple - MacBook Pro with Retina Display - 13.3" however does not come with the CD/DVD slot.
By S. Adikari on November 8, 2012
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Yes, iLife (iPhoto and iMovie) is included if you purchase the refurbished unit from iMacket LLC. We have 3 units in stock here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00HUJUS88/ref=dp_olp_refurbished?ie=UTF8&condition=refurbished&seller=AVKQQV5S6AOR9 If you have more question, you may contact us at imacketllc@gmail.com
By iMacket LLC SELLER on April 27, 2015
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It is the Mid-2012 model. We offer it as Refurbished, which gives you the opportunity to get this powerful machine at a Great Low Price!
We can also customize it for you to upgrade the Hard Drive capacity, and RAM. We offer other models too. We want to help you find the right device for you. Just ask us!

By WeAmaz SELLER on February 9, 2016
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2012. But it is still a current Apple model.
By PCPro SELLER on July 18, 2016
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It's on apples os mavericks but if your speaking about using office I use Microsoft office for Mac but they have programs that allow you to change the desktop to accept windows programs
By William LINDER on November 21, 2013
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The MacBook Pro "Core i5" 2.5 13-Inch (Mid-2012/USB 3.0) features a 22 nm "Ivy Bridge" 2.5 GHz Intel "Core i5" processor (3210M), with two independent processor "cores" on a single silicon chip, a 3 MB shared level 3 cache.
By Joshua G. on November 1, 2014
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Yes it can be installed. It's already on the computer we think but if not definitely.
By nb22 SELLER on January 24, 2016
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I might be a little biased in my answer, however, my own experience with Apple's macbook pro is not very pleasant. Apple, too, sends pop ups with a keychain passwords and nagging updates of the ups and I especially got tired of each message and email that comes in that apple pops up. However, the biggest issue was and … see more I might be a little biased in my answer, however, my own experience with Apple's macbook pro is not very pleasant. Apple, too, sends pop ups with a keychain passwords and nagging updates of the ups and I especially got tired of each message and email that comes in that apple pops up. However, the biggest issue was and still is with apple's freezing for no reason. I had similar freezing issues with PCs, too, so I guess on that regard, these computers are no different. see less I might be a little biased in my answer, however, my own experience with Apple's macbook pro is not very pleasant. Apple, too, sends pop ups with a keychain passwords and nagging updates of the ups and I especially got tired of each message and email that comes in that apple pops up. However, the biggest issue was and still is with apple's freezing for no reason. I had similar freezing issues with PCs, too, so I guess on that regard, these computers are no different.
By Candor on March 1, 2014