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Introduced: October 4, 1999
Terminated: July 19, 2000

Logic Board
Processor:   PowerPC 750 (G3)
Processor Speed:   350 MHz
PMMU:   Integrated
FPU:   Integrated
Bus Speed:   100 MHz
Data Path:   64-bit
ROM Size:   1 MB (NewWorld - Boot ROM is around 1 MB, other instructions loaded in RAM)
Level 1 Cache:   64K
Level 2 Cache:   512K (backside)
Expansion Slots:   none
Battery:   3.6V Lithium

Image Credit:  Apple Inc.

RAM Type:   PC100 SDRAM (Noninterleaved, 168-pin, 64-bit-wide, 3.3 volts)
RAM Slots:   2
Min - Max RAM:   64 MB - 512 MB
Minimum RAM Speed:   8 ns
Install in groups of:   1
RAM Sizes:   64, 128, 256, 512 MB
Onboard RAM:   none

ADB:   none
USB:   2 x USB 1.1
FireWire:   none
Video:   none
Floppy:   none
SCSI:   none
Modem:   Built-in 56.6K (RJ-11 connector)
Ethernet:   Built-in 10/100Base-T Ethernet (RJ-45 connector)
AirPort Ready:   No
Mic Type:   PlainTalk
Audio:   Built-in Harman Kardon stereo speakers
Other Ports:   Speaker, headphone

Graphics Support
Minimum SGRAM:   8 MB (onboard)
Maximum SGRAM:   8 MB (onboard)

Display Resolution:
  • 640 x 480, 32-bit (8 MB)
  • 800 x 600, 32-bit (8 MB)
  • 1024 x 768, 32-bit (8 MB)
  • Built-in 15-inch display, 13.8-inch viewable. System uses ATI Rage 128 grapics and 2x AGP.

Optical Drive:   24x CD-ROM
Internal Hard Drive:   ATA (6 GB)
Floppy Disk Drive:   none

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Operating System
Addressing Modes:   32-bit
Original OS:   8.6

Compatible MacOS:
X v10.1 (Puma), 9.2 - 9.2.2 (Classic)
X v10.2 (Jaguar)
X v10.3 (Panther)
X v10.4 (Tiger)

Mac OS X v10.4 (Tiger) requires:
  • Built-in FireWire
  • At least 256 MB of RAM
  • DVD drive (DVD-ROM), Combo (CD-RW/DVD-ROM) or SuperDrive (DVD-R) for installation
  • At least 3 GB of free disk space; 4 GB if you install the XCode 2 Developer Tools

For additional information on operating systems:
See this article

Codename:   Kihei
Flavors:   Blueberry
Form Factor:   iMac
Dimensions (Inches):   15.8 H x 15.2 W x 17.6 D
Average Weight (lbs):   40
Original Price:   $999 US

MacWarehouse Ad, September 2000

Having learned from its past mistakes, Apple refused to rest on the initial success of the original iMac. Just three months after shipping the iMac, Apple released the iMac Rev. B, boasting a faster ATI Rage Pro Turbo graphics card. On January 5, 1999 at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco, Apple received critical acclaim for its introduction of the 266 MHz iMac Rev. C in five different colors: grape, lime, tangerine, strawberry, and blueberry. Before the grateful Mac community could take a breath, the speed of the iMac was bumped to 333 MHz in April, and in October, Apple released the 350 MHz iMac Rev. E and two 400 MHz models with DVD drives.

Image Credit:  Apple Inc.

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