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May 24, 2001, 02:38 PM
 
I'm now posting this from my new ibook. I canceled all my online ordres and just went to my local retailer store and what do you know they had them in stock he got 8 yesterday. Although they had the dvd model which is what I wanted I just went ahead and got the cd version and added a 256MB of RAM and life is good. Please be warned the keyboard on this new ibook is pretty crappy as far as taking it off and putting more ram in. Make sure you have a extra extra small screwdriver to get the screws out its not fun trust me. Well best of luck to everybody. Its nice but its not worth all the hype I have to admit. Luck!
     
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May 24, 2001, 03:01 PM
 
After the announcement of OS X shipping on everything, I couldn't wait too long. Today, I ordered a CD-RW stock iBook from the Apple Education Store (stupid no more retail with that version). The confirmation email said 3-4 weeks. Crossing my fingers that it will be sooner (keep on canceling your oders people, to bring me higher up on the list ).

BTW, I don't want any other version of the iBook, as I have no use for DVDs, and the 64 MB of RAM in the CD model is pathetic, so CD-RW was my only real choice.

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May 24, 2001, 03:04 PM
 
A little word of caution: To all the people who are shopping for new iBooks, be aware that the non-bundled free OS X upgrade oficially only applies to authorized Apple resellers. If you want to take advantage of the free offer, you may want to verify that your dealer is an authorized reseller--at least until Apple starts preloading OS X.
     
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May 24, 2001, 03:13 PM
 
I canceled my order at Outpost.com and called J&R - the guy I talked to said that there were three 500/DVD models in stock, but that 4 were spoken for - strange. Anyway, he sold me one, which he said I would get next week, for $1433 including shipping. I figure the $67 is worth sticking it out a bit longer, and I got some RAM cheap too, so I'll end up with 384 MB instead of the 128 I would have gotten with Outpost for about the same price. If speed of delivery is not a huge issue, J&R could save you some money.

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May 24, 2001, 03:22 PM
 
Originally posted by Orthoefer:
A little word of caution: To all the people who are shopping for new iBooks, be aware that the non-bundled free OS X upgrade oficially only applies to authorized Apple resellers. If you want to take advantage of the free offer, you may want to verify that your dealer is an authorized reseller--at least until Apple starts preloading OS X.
Here's a list of authorized online retailers from apple's site.


[This message has been edited by jtc (edited 05-24-2001).]
     
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May 24, 2001, 04:10 PM
 
If that Alpha Top quote is true, count on Alpha Top to lose all their Apple business. At least that's what I'd do if somebody on my vendor list yacked about my unannounced products, especially if I'd just introduced a model and wanted to keep sales high.
     
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May 24, 2001, 05:28 PM
 
I wouldn't believe the mombo jumbo about the 14.1 display on the ibook models. First off the ibook is for the consumer on the go. And with its 12.1 display and sleek design its definatly that. I'm loving this ibook size and all great latop and speedy at that. Rumors make the world go around.
     
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May 24, 2001, 09:13 PM
 
Update: order loaded Combo, Aiport, AV Cable, 5-10 11:a.m. received Airport 5-11, AV Cable 5-24 - Apple said Combo to ship 5-29.
My Airport is talking to my AV Cable saying "when can we ge to work, the boss is always slow"
     
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May 25, 2001, 12:05 AM
 
Woohoo!!! Just got a confirmation email from Apple saying my iBook has shipped! Went to FEDEX for shipping info, says it shipped out of the Sacramento, CA area - only two hours away. Hopefully I'll get it tomorrow?

[stock iBook/DVD ... ordered on 5/10]

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I just got my new iBook today (DVD/384MB). Actually, I'm typing this message on it right now. It's really great, not much more to say. I tried everything that I could think of to override the resolution limit of 1024x768 on an external monitor, but Apple has done a pretty good job of locking everything down. The LCD is awesome, though.
     
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May 25, 2001, 09:49 AM
 

Please to report that my iBook shipped today. I should get it on Monday[if DHL delivers on Bank Holidays..I think they do]

000010 Z03K00SZC IBOOK 500/WHT/128/20G/DVD

Good news for people in the UK waiting on CTO models... Apple Store UK tell me that I was first on the list, so if mine's shipped, others shouldn't be too far behind. Hopefully.
     
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ordered in ... ???
     
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May 25, 2001, 10:48 AM
 
received my new iBook DVD/256MB from J&R today. Its on my front doorstep, I just have to wait til i Get home to start using it! Can't wait, only 4 more hours til my iBook and I are united!
     
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I just got a call from Tom at Power Mac Pac in Portland, OR. My ibook is waiting They even matched the Apple price on the extra battery! Excellent service.

I think they said they were suppose to get 5 dvd books in yesterday, so if anyone is looking you might want to give them a call. I'm pretty sure they ship ... and Oregon has no sales tax
     
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May 25, 2001, 12:18 PM
 
Originally posted by Zubenelakrab:

Please to report that my iBook shipped today. I should get it on Monday[if DHL delivers on Bank Holidays..I think they do]

000010 Z03K00SZC IBOOK 500/WHT/128/20G/DVD

Good news for people in the UK waiting on CTO models... Apple Store UK tell me that I was first on the list, so if mine's shipped, others shouldn't be too far behind. Hopefully.

Good news indeed. i ordered a CTO w/ Airport on the 2nd...hopefully it'll be here soon.

Zubenelakrab, When did you order yours??
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May 25, 2001, 12:28 PM
 
I keep reading about people having their iBooks waiting on their front porches or doorsteps for them, I assumed left there at their request by the delivery service. I don't know where you folks live, but I'd like to live in that same town. If I had them leave my new iBook at my doorstep until I returned home, my iBook would be someone else's new iBook in about 10 minutes!
     
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May 25, 2001, 12:46 PM
 
No kidding, Sanford! I live downtown.

One would need a combination of three codes, keys, or remote controls to get anywhere near my front porch. I have to stay home when I'm expecting a delivery.

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May 25, 2001, 01:14 PM
 
It's a shame us Texans feel that way. Texas is worse than when I grew up in San Angelo ... we kept our doors open at night, literally, to help keep cool. Since then I've lived in Del Rio, Abilene, Arlington, Duncanville, and now Round Rock. It definitely has changed for the much worse; it is NOT as bad as other places I've been. St. Louis has more murders in three weeks or so than Austin does in a "bad" year.
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May 25, 2001, 01:22 PM
 
That is sad to hear. I live in Naples, FL and its very safe around here. No one steals anything from your doorstep. Most residential areas are "gated communities" anyway. That means only other neighbors and houses are around and all outsiders have to pass through a gate with a guard. That prevents any criminals from entering my community. And those living in my community are trustworthy. Either way, hope Texas shapes up a bit and becomes more safe...I have to visit Texas sometime, interesting state.
     
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May 25, 2001, 02:11 PM
 
Heh. I'm getting ready to move to Lextington, Va. for law school and nobody there locks their doors. It'll be a refreshing change.
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Hey now RadarBob -

I live in St. Louis and we are very proud of the being one of the planet's Least Liveable Cities (TM) You know, it gives us all something to "tsk, tsk" about over our morning lattes!

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May 26, 2001, 07:13 AM
 
Originally posted by RevEvs:

Good news indeed. i ordered a CTO w/ Airport on the 2nd...hopefully it'll be here soon.

Zubenelakrab, When did you order yours??

I ordered an indigo iBook from the UK Apple Store on 11 April. When the new model was announced, I got shifted to it.

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DVD/256 ordered from MacMall 5/4 shipped today!
     
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May 26, 2001, 12:24 PM
 
iBook DVD/20/192 shipped from the AppleStore today!

Wuhoo!

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May 26, 2001, 12:42 PM
 
WinsOBoogi, when did you order your iBook? I ordered the same one and I'm curious how long it might take.

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May 26, 2001, 01:55 PM
 
Got shipping notice for my ibook 128/10G/DVD today. I ordered on the 16th May but as I payed by bank transfer they didn't officially class it as an order until they received money on May 23rd. So three days in all between them getting the order and shipping it, plus I live in the UK!!
     
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May 29, 2001, 01:59 PM
 
I was the 15th entry on this forum and to complete my portion of this thread. order date 5-10 Anchorage, AK 5-29

I might just might make one more entry, once the iBook is in my hands!

Order from Apple Store, 10GB, Combo, 256MB, Airport Card,
(White Model -what the heck) AV Cable and Base Station. Received last two items within days of placing order.

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May 29, 2001, 02:21 PM
 
Originally posted by oexecbmug:
I was the 15th entry on this forum and to complete my portion of this thread. order date 5-10 Anchorage, AK 5-29

Order from Apple Store, 10GB, Combo, 256MB, Airport Card,
I Ordered the same model on 5/2. Just got shipping notice this morning for Anchorage as week. The combo's are comin!!
     
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May 29, 2001, 03:03 PM
 
Date Ordered: 05/07/2001 --> Date Shipped: 05/29/2001

IBOOK 500/WHT/256/20G/DVD/LL Z03K00T08 $ 1,837.00 1 $ 1,837.00
White 065-2473
256MB SDRAM 065-2820
20GB Ultra ATA drive 065-2862
DVD ROM drive 065-2470
No AirPort Card 065-2471
IBOOK 500/WHT/256/20G/DVD/LL; 1 shipped on 05/29/2001
Shipped via: FEDERAL EXPRESS Tracking Number:

Anybody have any idea how long it should take to get here, i'm in Louisiana.

I have really bad WaitingoniBookitis

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May 29, 2001, 03:15 PM
 
I meant to post this in this thread.

My Chicklet is in Alaska.

Ordered 5/2, CTO IBOOK 500/WHT/256/20G/DVD-CDRW/LL is in Anchorage. I hope to have it by Thursday. I hope you all hear some news about your orders soon.


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I got the same model as Duoboy, and it also shipped last night (and is in Taiwan, heading to Anchorage). Yay!

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May 29, 2001, 04:03 PM
 
Date Ordered: 05/07/2001 --> Date Shipped: 05/29/2001

IBOOK 500/WHT/256/20G/DVD/LL Z03K00T08 $ 1,837.00 1 $ 1,837.00
White 065-2473
256MB SDRAM 065-2820
20GB Ultra ATA drive 065-2862
DVD ROM drive 065-2470
No AirPort Card 065-2471
IBOOK 500/WHT/256/20G/DVD/LL; 1 shipped on 05/29/200
My order looks about the same......except mine is still "being assembled"!!!! Grrrr.
     
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May 29, 2001, 05:32 PM
 
I ordered my iBook 500 DVD the morning of 5/25. That evening I got confirmation that the order was being processed. I was hoping that by some grace of God or something it would be prepped for shipping today. However, now the status is back to being processed. Can anyone explain this? The Apple site says that shipping will be 2 to 3 weeks. I paid the extra $15 for FedEx shipping. Does anyone know if this really makes a difference?
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May 29, 2001, 05:59 PM
 
Just got my ibook dvd today from fedex through the apple edu store. Ordered it last week, and got it today. Must I say: "This thing is a beauty, and everything works flawlessly, very happy, and complements my G4 tower as well. Hope everybody is getting there ibook You won't be disappointed. OS X wasn't installed, but it was bundled with a OS X cd.
     
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My CDRW/192MB/20GB BTO JUST SHIPPED FROM TAIWAN.
     
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ibook/combo/128M/10G
http://www.fedex.com/cgi-bin/trackin...8&action=track

On delivery truck 2 hours ago, must be within 30 miles...

...and with that I guess I'm done this thread. Best of luck to those still waiting. If ya makes ya feel any better, I'm a long way from where it's being delivered and I won't see it until this weekend when I can get home.

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easy for you to say
     
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To complete this thread for me, I give my last enty. 22 days Order-5-10

My first post was # 15 on this thread.
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Only the best to you out there still waiting.

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Delivered BLOOMINGTON IL 05/31/2001 10:19
On FedEx vehicle for delivery BLOOMINGTON IL 05/31/2001 08:26
Arrived at FedEx Destination Location BLOOMINGTON IL 05/31/2001 08:24
Left FedEx Ramp BARTONVILLE IL 05/31/2001 06:58
Arrived at FedEx Ramp BARTONVILLE IL 05/31/2001 04:40
Arrived at Sort Facility INDIANAPOLIS IN 05/31/2001 01:34
Left FedEx Sort Facility INDIANAPOLIS IN 05/30/2001 22:35
Left FedEx Ramp ANCHORAGE AK 05/30/2001 16:10
Left FedEx Sort Facility ANCHORAGE AK 05/30/2001 12:42
Left FedEx Sort Facility ANCHORAGE AK 05/30/2001 12:17
Held at Sort Facility ANCHORAGE AK 05/29/2001 15:46
Package status ANCHORAGE AK 05/29/2001 15:15
Arrived at FedEx Ramp ANCHORAGE AK 05/29/2001 13:26

And I will live happily ever after! Now, if I didn't have this thing called a job keeping me from enjoying the new addition to the family!

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tum ti tum ti tum..... still waiting... ordered CTO CD/64/Aiport on the 2nd... 29 days and counting.....
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May 31, 2001, 05:48 PM
 
I took a chance and ordered from MacMall yesterday. The rep told me that the DVD models were sold out but that they planned to have some in early June. To my surprise, this morning they were in stock. Mine was shipped and delivered today....it is at my house right now waiting for me. I cancelled my order with Apple. They didn't even ask why. Gotta love those Apple reps.
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YES YES YES YES YES YES!!!! WHOOOOOO!!! It finally shipped!! Whoooo!

I ordered a CTO CD/64/10/Airport on the 2nd of May and received the shipping notification just now (I love Mail, i checked my email, had no shipping notification,would not have checked again for ages, yet i saw a nice little red dot on mail's icon with a "1" in the middle, and lo and behold there was the shipping notification!!!)

Ok, I'm happy.
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Jun 3, 2001, 08:46 AM
 
Slight off topic here, but with all these threads of people waiting for their chicklets (me being one), and retailers running out of them quickly, is this normal activity for a new hardware product from Apple, or is it a good sign of strong sales? I thinking from an investment point of view, since the PowerBook propelled Apple way over wall street estimates. I'm wondering if the same will happen next quarter...
     
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Jun 3, 2001, 09:29 AM
 
It is pretty normal for new hardware products. Supply will eventually catch up with the demand. It is important that Apple gauge demand and then produce the units, this way the amount of hardware in the retail channel is kept low (and thus keeping costs down). You've got to love economics.
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Yes, and just imagine how amazing it will be once a company like Apple can reach total zero inventory levels, in that hardware is manufactured on demand within minutes and shipped.
     
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Well, I'm happy to report that I finally got mine (iBook DVD/128/20GB) on Thurs., May 31 after ordering May 1. It's sweet. It came with OS 9.1 and OS X preinstalled. Although it didn't come with the OS X Developer Tools CD. Oh well, small price to pay for a free copy of OS X. I have one stuck pixel near the center of the screen. The only time you even notice it is during DVD playback (where it's bright blue). Anyway, I'm still working on massaging it out. With some luck, it will hopefully come out. Good luck to the rest of you. You will totally love your 'Book when it comes.

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Jug-dish,

I'm not familiar with "stuck pixels" and certainly not "massaging them out." This sounds very interesting. Could you explain all that to us? Thanks.
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Originally posted by STAT:
<STRONG>Jug-dish,

I'm not familiar with "stuck pixels" and certainly not "massaging them out." This sounds very interesting. Could you explain all that to us? Thanks.</STRONG>
STAT,
There have been several posts about this already. Do a search on previous posts, and you should find all the information you need. I hope this helps.
     
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Ordered online through Apple Store
•ORDER DATE: 5/14/01
•CONFIGURATION: Combo/10gb/128MB/no airport (STOCK CONFIG)
•SHIP DATE or EST. TIME TO SHIP DATE: 3-5 Weeks. Coming up on the 3 weeks.

***UPDATE ON SHIPMENT*** Shipped from Taoyuan City today 6/5/01! Total time to ship: 3 weeks, 1 day

Good Luck to Everyone still waiting...I'm pulling for you all!
     
 
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