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Apple Doesn't Rule The School
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1/28/2013 | 4:12:06 AM
re: Apple Doesn't Rule The School
I am sure that the decision is based upon financial budgets of these school districts. Even through Apple gives student discount it is small in comparison to the other options available for educational institutions. I am an Apple man, but the amount of time I spend on campus has led to me to see that many students are toting PCGăÍs. The ones that do have the AppleGăÍs are because they are able to purchase them through their Universities bookstores.

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