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# 40301 28-Aug-2009 14:00
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HI all


I've already posted this in the Snow Leopard post, but its probably easier to read it here.


Snow Leopard hasn't shipped from Australia yet, there has been a delay of some kind.


This means, none of the Apple resellers in New Zealand will have stock until tomorrow, at the earliest.
The Apple on-line store is a different story however.


thanks

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  # 251301 28-Aug-2009 14:04
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We will have a copy in the office in 15 minutes ish

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  # 251306 28-Aug-2009 14:11
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Makes me very glad that I choose to pre-order from the online store! :D

 
 
 
 


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  # 251336 28-Aug-2009 15:00
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Yep, mine arrived 30 mins ago!

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  # 251358 28-Aug-2009 15:58
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So you meant to say "SOME Snow Leopard today, SOME tomorrow." ? (Thread title).








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  # 251361 28-Aug-2009 16:05

It seems retail stores wont have it till tomorrow, i.e Ubertec and MagnumMac

Preorders arrived at our office this morning ;)

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  # 251362 28-Aug-2009 16:09
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I had my copy sitting on my desk when I got back from lunch.

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  # 251369 28-Aug-2009 16:34
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I had my copy 1.5 weeks ago, thanks usenet.

 
 
 
 


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  # 251492 29-Aug-2009 09:19
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Apparently mine will arrive in nearly two weeks. I paid $20 shipping for that? Nice one apple store. Pretty freakin lame.

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  # 251496 29-Aug-2009 09:38
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jayaldous: Apparently mine will arrive in nearly two weeks. I paid $20 shipping for that? Nice one apple store. Pretty freakin lame.


Are they out of stock?


I ordered mine on Tuesday and it was sent 3.30pm Sydney time, was at my desk 12.30pm in Wellington the next day.

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  # 251499 29-Aug-2009 09:44
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That's based on the shipping estimate on the website. I guess I'm being a little brash by assuming it won't arrive much earlier. But mine wasn't shipped until late yesterday.

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  # 251514 29-Aug-2009 11:16
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Well, I ordered mine a few days before shipping date.

"Ship BY the 28th"

Now I have an estimated delivery time of the 9th of Sept.

Which really doesnt work because I need to install Windows for school.

Thanks Apple you PITA.





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  # 251521 29-Aug-2009 11:53
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Just cancel the order and rock on down to Magnummac/DSE

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  # 251522 29-Aug-2009 11:54
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Buttonmash: Just cancel the order and rock on down to Magnummac/DSE


I just got a shipment notifcation from Apple.. So I dont think I can cancel now..

and also, I read their T&C and it says they dont accept returned products (and give refunds) for their Up-to-date program.





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  # 251526 29-Aug-2009 12:02
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Watch the tracking page. You should have it early next week regardless of their estimated date. T&T are pretty good.

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  # 251527 29-Aug-2009 12:04
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There is no tracking page. It's shipped by Australia Post. As far as I can tell anyway. Lame.

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