10 Cheap Apple Products Still Worth Buying
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10 Cheap Apple Products Still Worth Buying



2007 iMac

2007 iMac

The iMac is Apple's main desktop computer today, and it's certainly come a long way since the original Macintosh, but if you're looking to save some money and still want a relatively-modern iMac experience, the 2007 iMac is a good option.

It was the first iMac to incorporate the modern aluminum design, and was the first model to come with a 1TB hard drive.

It's also still new enough that you can run OS X El Capitan on it, and if you're feeling particularly handy, you can even upgrade the memory and swap out the hard drive for an SSD for better performance.

You can usually find these older iMacs for around $200-$300, depending on the components, but I was able to snag a 2008 iMac for $150 at a garage sale last summer, so keep your fingers crossed.



  1. mackabieviper42

    02/10/2016 at 1:10 pm

    With all the problems on iOS 9’s why would people buy iPads iPhones this iPhone 5s 64 GB probably be last one I’ll probably go back to Android phones not even my typewriter working right it wants to auto correct my words or it type words that it wants to type the best iPhone I bought was iPhone 4 32 GB it was small and no problems on any IOS’s which I bought in 2011 not my S3 or HTC ONE had this much problems only problems they had was battery life they don’t last as long as Apples

  2. Mariagberman

    02/11/2016 at 8:21 am

    0=02my best friend’s half-sister makes $87 /hr on the laptop . She has been out of a job for eight months but last month her check was $16467 just working on the laptop for a few hours.
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  3. Daniel

    07/26/2016 at 1:05 pm

    Ill just stick to my lg g4 phone. Works amazing, havent had a problem since i bought it upright. I find apple very unpredictable, you never know what you’re going to get, so i just stick to android, works much better.

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