Apple is offering users that purchase product from the company’s online store a grace period before they have to start paying for their new hardware and software.
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Starting today Apple customers that are approved for an Apple loan can wait until July 2002 to begin payments. You can apply for a loan up to $25,000, with a choice of four repayment terms: 24, 36, 48 and 60 months.
Apple has partnered with MBNA for the loan program, which is available to U.S. residents only. A loan status page has been setup to check the status of your application, as well as a loan calculator.
For more information on the program, visit
Apple’s Macintosh Products Guide Apple Store Web site.