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Recently bought an apple mac laptop on e-bay. Due to it's rather old fashioned appearance i was wondering how to find the actual age of the thing. Not used a mac before so i have nothing to compare it to. Appreciate any advice, thanku.

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Usually on Apple Laptops the "generation" of the laptop is posted on the screen frame. Look it up on Wikipedia and compare the specs (hard drive, RAM, screen resolution etc) and you should be able to find out!
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Check the version of your MAC OS first. Please click on the apple logo (the apple menu), then go to "about this mac". Then provide us with the OS version.

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