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  • Category:Websites - History - Mac Guides
    the radio boxes of the versions to compare and hit enter or the button at the bottom Legend cur difference with current version last difference with preceding version M minor edit cur last 07 56 10 January 2006 HexMonkey Talk contribs m Latest Earliest View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Category Websites Views Category Discussion Edit History Personal tools 23

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    Jump to navigation search Category Websites No pages link to here Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Special Whatlinkshere Views Special Page Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this IP Create an account or log in Navigation Mac

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  • Related changes - Mac Guides
    Websites Jump to navigation search Category Websites Below are the last 50 changes in the last 7 days as of 21 20 25 April 2016 Show last 50 100 250 500 changes in last 1 3 7 14 30 days Hide minor edits Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Special Recentchangeslinked Views Special Page Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this IP Create an account or log in

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  • Category:Websites - Mac Guides
    Company Legitimate F Finding Mac Software O Other Mac Wikis V Vongo Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Category Websites Category Networking and Internet Views Category Discussion Edit History Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this IP Create an account or log in Navigation Mac Guides Home Recent changes Random page Help Search Toolbox What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Printable version Permanent link This

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  • Category:Websites - Mac Guides
    Mac related websites Articles in category Websites There are 4 articles in this category B Buying Online Is This Company Legitimate F Finding Mac Software O Other Mac Wikis V Vongo Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Category Websites Category Networking and Internet Views Category Discussion Edit History Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this IP Create an account or log in Navigation Mac Guides Home Recent changes

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  • Image:Appleusbmodem.jpg - Mac Guides
    Talk contribs 100 148 21 145 bytes del rev 12 20 30 January 2006 TMA Talk contribs 284 420 10 319 bytes Edit this file using an external application See the setup instructions for more information Links The following pages link to this file Apple USB Modem Retrieved from http guides macrumors com Image Appleusbmodem jpg Views File Discussion Edit History Personal tools 23 92 31 179 Talk for this

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  • iMac G5 - Mac Guides
    of weight when it moved away from the heavy base that the G4 needed to hold up the screen Wi Fi and Bluetooth were both still options to add to the iMac G5 edit Specifications 17 at 1 6 GHz G5 with Combo Drive and 256 MB RAM 17 at 1 8 GHz G5 with Super Drive and 256 MB RAM 20 at 1 8 GHz with Super Drive and 256 MB RAM edit Software Mac OS X Panther iLife 05 edit Notes edit Apple iMac G5 Ambient Light Sensor Introduced May 2005 edit Description This iMac G5 Ambient Light Sensor was just a minor speed bump from the first generation iMac G5 The only real improvement besides the processor bump was the graphics card The card was bumped up to 128 MB of memory Bluetooth and airport became stock features edit Specifications 17 at 1 8 GHz G5 with Combo Drive and 512 MB RAM 17 at 2 0 GHz G5 with Super Drive and 512 MB RAM 20 at 2 0 GHz G5 with Super Drive and 512 MB RAM edit Software Default Mac OS X 10 4 Tiger software included iLife 05 Microsoft Office Test Drive edit Notes This was the first computer announced to be shipping with Tiger edit Apple iMac G5 with iSight 2005 Introduced October 2005 edit Description This iMac G5 is the first to include an iSight camera and a remote control A revised screen to allow for greater viewing angles was another welcome addition to this apparent family room Mac This iMac also received an updated graphics card allowing decent performance in video games edit Specifications 17 with 1 9 GHz G5 1599 CAD 1299 USD 20 with 2 1 GHz G5 1999 CAD 1699 USD edit Software Default Mac OS X

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  • iMac (Intel) - Mac Guides
    with 256 MB GDDR3 ATI Radeon 4850 with 512 MB GDDR3 No BTO options BTO option of ATI Radeon 4850 No BTO options Audio Analog Optical Out Analog Optical In Wireless AirPort Extreme a b g n and Bluetooth 2 1 EDR Front Row Apple remote sold separately Other Gigabit Ethernet iSight camera Apple Wireless Keyboard Magic Mouse and Cleaning Cloth edit Rev E edit Overview After months of rumors and speculation the iMac finally saw an update on March 3 2009 Most of the specifications were only tweaked and models were reshuffled to include only a single 20 and three 24 models The processor is identical to the Rev D s processors but the 2 4 GHz model was removed DDR3 RAM was included along with a doubling of standard RAM and increase in Hard Drive capacities Finally the graphics cards were changed bring the weaker 9400M used in the MacBook family to the 20 and low end 24 but the stronger GT 120 GT 130 and Radeon 4850 to the higher end models edit Specifications 20 Low end 24 High end 24 Ultimate 24 Price USD 1 199 1 499 1 799 2 199 Processor Intel Core 2 Duo at 2 66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo at 2 93 GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme at 3 06 GHz 1066 MHz system bus 6 MB shared L2 cache Memory 2 GB 2 1 GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM 4GB 2 2 GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM Supports up to 8 GB 2 4 GB Storage 320 GB Serial ATA at 7200 rpm 640 GB Serial ATA at 7200 rpm 1 TB Serial ATA at 7200 rpm BTO options of up to 1 TB Media Slot loading 8 SuperDrive with 2 4 Dual Layer burn DVD R DL DVD RW CD RW Display 20 1680 1050 800 1 contrast glossy LCD 24 1920 1200 750 1 contrast glossy LCD Graphics NVIDIA GeForce 9400M integrated 256 MB shared NVIDIA GeForce GT 120 with 256 MB GDDR3 NVIDIA GeForce GT 130 with 512 MB GDDR3 No BTO options BTO option of NVIDIA GeForce GT 130 or ATI Radeon 4850 BTO option of ATI Radeon 4850 Audio Analog Optical Out Analog Optical In Wireless AirPort Extreme a b g n and Bluetooth 2 1 EDR Front Row Apple remote sold separately Modem No Upgrade option for Apple USB Modem Other Gigabit Ethernet iSight camera New Apple Keyboard Mighty Mouse and Cleaning Cloth edit Rev D edit Overview The Revision D iMacs were released silently on April 28 2008 The biggest change was the introduction of Intel s latest processors based on the Montevina platform which was officially scheduled for release in June 2008 Other changes included faster RAM the inclusion of Bluetooth 2 1 a high end graphics card option 8800 GTS with 512 MB GDDR3 memory a price drop on the high end model and 2 GB standard on the high end 20 and low end 24 model edit Specifications Low end 20 High end 20 Low end 24 High end 24 online only Price USD 1 199 1 499 1 799 2 199 Processor Intel Core 2 Duo at 2 4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo at 2 66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo at 2 8 GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme at 3 06 GHz 1066 MHz system bus 6 MB shared L2 cache Memory 1 GB 1 1 GB 800 MHz DDR2 SDRAM PC2 6400 2 GB 2 1 GB 800 MHz DDR2 SDRAM PC2 6400 Supports up to 4 GB 2 2 GB Storage 250 GB Serial ATA at 7200 rpm 320 GB Serial ATA at 7200 rpm 500 GB Serial ATA at 7200 rpm BTO options of up to 500 GB BTO options of up to 750 GB BTO options of up to 1 TB Media Slot loading 8 SuperDrive with 2 4 Dual Layer burn DVD R DL DVD RW CD RW Display 20 1680 1050 800 1 contrast glossy LCD 24 1920 1200 750 1 contrast glossy LCD Graphics ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT with 128 MB GDDR3 memory ATI Radeon HD 2600 PRO with 256 MB GDDR3 memory NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS with 512 MB GDDR3 memory No BTO options BTO option of NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS with 512 MB GDDR3 memory No BTO options Audio Analog Optical Out Analog Optical In Wireless AirPort Extreme a b g n and Bluetooth 2 1 EDR Front Row Yes Apple Remote included Modem No Upgrade option for Apple USB Modem Other Gigabit Ethernet iSight camera New Apple Keyboard Mighty Mouse and Cleaning Cloth edit Benchmarks BareFeats Radeon HD 2600 Pro vs GeForce 8800 GS on Rev D iMacs BareFeats CPU tests BareFeats Core Image Performance edit Rev C edit Overview Introduced at a media event on August 7 2007 the new iMac marked the first major redesign for an Intel based Mac The new aluminum and glass combination as well as the addition of FireWire 800 was designed to make the iMac appear to have more in common with Apple s professional product line Glossy displays were introduced to the iMac line which offer improved contrast but a more reflective surface edit Specifications Low end 20 High end 20 inch Low end 24 inch High end 24 inch online only Price USD 1 199 1 499 1 799 2 299 Processor Intel Core 2 Duo at 2 0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo at 2 4 GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme at 2 8 GHz 800 MHz system bus 4 MB shared L2 cache Memory 1 GB 1 1 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM PC2 5300 2 GB 2 1 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM PC2 5300 Supports up to 4 GB 2 2 GB Storage 250 GB Serial ATA at 7200 rpm 320 GB Serial ATA at 7200 rpm 500 GB Serial ATA at 7200 rpm BTO options of up to 500 GB BTO options of up to 750 GB BTO options of up

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