Anyone use Macnificent.co.za

HDS

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Obviously? It's a thread in Apple products. And I said ignorant.
Was joking dude :D.

They specialise in all apple products, ipads, mac PCs, iPhones, iPods and their respective accessories. Anything and everything you would want for your apple product, it's there. You can even order custom macs.

I bought stuff from there for my dad, he's the apple noob in the family. Delivery was a bit slow, but otherwise it's painless dealing with them. Can't comment on returns.
 

McT

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Was joking dude :D.

They specialise in all apple products, ipads, mac PCs, iPhones, iPods and their respective accessories. Anything and everything you would want for your apple product, it's there. You can even order custom macs.

I bought stuff from there for my dad, he's the apple noob in the family. Delivery was a bit slow, but otherwise it's painless dealing with them. Can't comment on returns.
Apologies. I'll get back in my cage :eek:

I was browsing off my S4 and my data is practically done for the month. So did not want to load the page.

That said, my missus recently bought me an iPad Air. So I too am a wee noob. I have also been looking around at apps and functionality others are using.
 
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ShopandShip and Macnificient have been trading on bidorbuy for quite some time and service and prices are generally great (we buy all our office macs from them and get generally very good discounts and aftersales service - personally I think a lot better than buying from an iStore).
 

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Like the title says, what has been your experience thus far?
Best place to go if you need a custom Mac (i.e. 8gb or i7 specced MacBook Air for instance). You'll pay the price though. But I guess if you need a run of the mill Mac just go to the iStore or whatever.
 
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