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Apple is a fashion company

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Not a computer company. The Free Prize has nothing at all to do with how fast the Excel spreadsheet gets crunched or how bright the screen is. In other words, we're buying something other than a computer.

This site: ------ Applele.com ------ makes that far more clear than Apple can.

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