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After announcing their free computer take-back program in April -- just in time for Earth Day -- Apple is finally getting the program off the ground and are now accepting any old Mac or PC with the purchase of a new Mac. When you purchase a computer from the Apple Store or an Apple retail location, you can opt for the program and Apple will email you instructions and a shipping label to get your old box to their recycling center. We're not sure it'll quiet the company's detractors on environmental issues, but it sure makes for a fancy press release.

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