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Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by caveman_uk, Nov 18, 2003.
US store too!!!
luvvly jubbly, i'll exchange 20 dead lawnmower engines for a new 20" iMac.
I can't imagine a 20" iMac, but if it's ThinkSecret, might as well take it as the truth.
Well, we'll see... within the hour.
this is taking awhile...
ps, irmongoose, i like your sig. love stanley...
How long, typically, do they go offline for new hardware?
Thar she blows!
it's back. New G5's
Edit: Oh, and that 20" iMac, of course.
OK arn, time to post the new dual 1.8 G5s on the front page.
Hmmm, no single 1.8 G5?
Australia store down as well.
yep, 20" iMac, same specs as the 17" besides screen, and the dual 1.8 G5 (no single 1.8) prices ala think secret
Back up! Dual 1.8s...
Well, that's a big iMac screen. Good job on the part of the rumors specialists.
US Store is back....and all of the rumors are true...20" iMac is $2199 and the rest of the Think Secret info is true except there is no single 1.8GHz G5...
yeah, it's back up, all rumored stuff true
Final Cut Pro, Shake and DVD Studio Pro have all been upgraded.
What's up with eMacs?
Apple Store Special Deals page lists a "previous generation" eMac:
Doesn't look any different to me than the "current" generation eMac:
Re: What's up with eMacs?
Probably includes OS 9 (bootable version).
They had to get rid of those previous generation units quick.
But they did have the old low end models for $699 for awhile new, and $580 refurbished.
Re: Re: What's up with eMacs?
Yes, but they are the both the same price. Why would I want to buy a model that is also presumably without Panther for the same price? If it is clearance, then it should have a lower price as incentive. If the hardware itself hasn't changed, then it is still physically possible for it to boot into OS9. I don't see any change in the hardware configuration.