What does Apple do with its old stock when after announcing new or updated products?

Posted on 2008-10-22
Last Modified: 2011-09-20

Recently Apple updated its product lines and, the following day, the new products were in the stores.  What does apple do with the old one, which are removed from sale?

E.g. what happens to all of the first generation of MacBook Air which were in stock but no longer on sale?

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Question by:ntahall

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Well atleast they dont throw them away :-)  Here is some answers to your question :

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