So...what do we call them?

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by joecool85, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. joecool85 macrumors 65816

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    The iBooks I'm assuming are a new rev...but what about the mini? Is that enough of an update to call them rev b? Or since they have never had a revision, is this a rev a?
     
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    Well, iBooks is hard because the G3's were pretty much the same. If you do count iBooks, the Rev will be pretty darn high, like O or P...lol

    With G4's.....I'd say 800Mhz Rev A, 1Ghz Rev. B, 1.2Ghz Rev. C, 1.33Ghz, Rev. D. That's the 12"s.
     
  3. joecool85 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    So the iBooks are up to rev d (and so are the PBs) but what about minis? That's the one I'm really curious about.
     
  4. grapes911 Moderator emeritus

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    I don't think it's a new revison. I still call it Mac Mini revA.

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  5. joecool85 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    That's kinda what I thought since it didn't get any speed bump...no gpu update or anything. The only difference is no you can order it w/o a modem and also it comes with a standard 512mb ram.
     
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    heh, i have a rev A.5 PB then, cause i have a rev A PB with extra ram!!!! i think thats a good name for the latest minis . . . rev A.5 there is no difference except for the standard options!!!
     
  7. Jo-Kun macrumors 6502a

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    Rev A +

    nothing has changed... except some BTO are standard on the 1.42 and more ram... well apple did that before... wich didn't make it a Rev B... to be rev B there needs to be something new wich cannot be user changed... for instance the Graphics card -> why not switch to the one used in the new iBook rev so ALL mac's now are using coreimage I mean, if you call it new and its still not up to date to your latest software... itsn't that a bit LAME???
     
  8. joecool85 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Don't the new iBooks still only have 32mb VRAM therefore making them not core image compliant? Or is it just the ripple effect or what? *confused*
     

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