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varmit
Mar 17, 2004, 02:42 PM
If you compare /System/Library/SystemProfiler/SPPlatformReporter.spreporter/ Contents/Resources/English.lproj/Localizable.strings between 10.3.2 and 10.3.3, you will see a second PowerMac G5 model listed. Here is 10.3.3 anyone got 10.3.2:

SPHardwareDataType = "Hardware";

hardware_overview = "Hardware Overview";
current_processor_speed = "CPU Speed";
minimum_processor_speed = "Minimum CPU Speed";
maximum_processor_speed = "Maximum CPU Speed";
number_processors = "Number Of CPUs";
bus_speed = "Bus Speed";
l2_cache_size = "L2 Cache (per CPU)";
l3_cache_size = "L3 Cache (per CPU)";
machine_type = "Machine Type";
machine_model = "Machine Model";
serial_number = "Serial Number";
sales_order_number = "Sales Order Number";
physical_memory = "Memory";
cpu_type = "CPU Type";
platform_cpu_vendor = "CPU Vendor";
boot_rom_version = "Boot ROM Version";
boot_rom_vendor = "Boot ROM Vendor";
boot_rom_release_date = "Boot ROM Release Date";
platform_cpu_features = "CPU Features";
platform_product_name = "Product Name";
platform_manufacturer = "Manufacturer";
platform_version = "Version";
platform_serial_number = "Serial Number";


/* These strings link the model name as returned by the "compatible" property */
/* in Open Firmware to the marketing name for the same machine. Do not modify */
/* the left hand strings; they are what is returned by Open Firmware. */
/* To add a new model, add its compatible property and the marketing name. */

/* see <http://developer.apple.com/techpubs/hardware/Developer_Notes/> */

/* xserve */
"RackMac1,2" = "Xserve";
"RackMac1,1" = "Xserve";
"RackMac3,1" = "Xserve G5";

/* eMac */
"PowerMac4,4" = "eMac";

/* iMac */
"iMac,1" = "iMac";

"PowerMac2,1" = "iMac";
"PowerMac2,2" = "iMac";
"PowerMac4,1" = "iMac";
"PowerMac4,2" = "iMac";
"PowerMac4,5" = "iMac";
"PowerMac6,1" = "iMac";

/* PowerMac */
"AAPL,PowerMac G3" = "Power Macintosh G3";
"AAPL,Gossamer" = "Power Macintosh G3 series";

"PowerMac1,1" = "Power Macintosh G3 Series";
"PowerMac1,2" = "Power Mac G3 (PCI graphics)";

"PowerMac3,1" = "Power Mac G4 (AGP graphics)";
"PowerMac3,2" = "Power Mac G4 (AGP graphics)";
"PowerMac3,3" = "Power Mac G4";
"PowerMac3,4" = "Power Mac G4";
"PowerMac3,5" = "Power Mac G4";
"PowerMac3,6" = "Power Mac G4";

"PowerMac5,1" = "Power Mac G4 Cube";
"PowerMac5,2" = "Power Mac G4 Cube";

"PowerMac7,2" = "Power Mac G5";
"PowerMac7,3" = "Power Mac G5";


/* iBook */
"PowerBook2,1" = "iBook";
"PowerBook2,2" = "iBook";
"PowerBook4,1" = "iBook";
"PowerBook4,2" = "iBook";
"PowerBook4,3" = "iBook";
"PowerBook4,4" = "iBook";
"PowerBook6,3" = "iBook G4";

/* PowerBook */
"AAPL,PowerBook1998" = "PowerBook G3 series";
"PowerBook1,1" = "PowerBook G3 Series";
"PowerBook3,1" = "PowerBook";
"PowerBook3,2" = "PowerBook G4";
"PowerBook3,3" = "PowerBook G4";
"PowerBook3,4" = "PowerBook G4";
"PowerBook3,5" = "PowerBook G4 15\"";
"PowerBook5,1" = "PowerBook G4 17\"";
"PowerBook6,1" = "PowerBook G4 12\"";
"PowerBook6,2" = "PowerBook G4 12\"";

jxyama
Mar 17, 2004, 03:03 PM
i'm not sure if this indicates anything... obviously, G5 PM will be updated some day. perhaps soon, perhaps not. but this is just apple future proofing themselves - and nothing more than that. it doesn't mean imminent update of PM...

iTunes package has an icon for WMA files. but that doesn't mean iTunes will be supporting WMA format anytime soon...

varmit
Mar 17, 2004, 03:39 PM
Just that all the information flowing around about this big update, then a small update for when the new Macs are released. And they have added the new Mac in this update.

dukemeiser
Mar 17, 2004, 10:05 PM
"PowerMac6,1" = "iMac";

New iMac G5 anyone?

cjc343
Mar 17, 2004, 11:07 PM
There has already been one revision to the G5..... If someone with a G5 dualie 1800 checks, they will probably have a different version than the single 1800