When was the PowerMac G4 released?

This month marks the 20th anniversary of the Power Mac G4 Cube, which debuted July 19, 2000. It also marks the 19th anniversary of Apple’s announcement that it was putting the Cube on ice.

What is a Power Mac G4 worth?

A G4 Cube or PowerMac G5 can go for $250. If you have an working Mac 128k you can probably get $1000 on eBay. For a Mac Plus in a carry bag, don’t expect more than $100. If you have the original packaging that can increase the value.

What year is iMac G4?


When was the iMac G4 discontinued?

The iMac G4 was a computer that was produced by Apple from the beginning of 2002 to mid 2004.

What OS can a Power Mac G4 run?

Mac OS X
PCI Graphics/AGP Graphics/Gigabit Ethernet
Component Power Mac G4 (PCI Graphics) Power Mac G4 (Gigabit Ethernet)
Maximum Operating System Mac OS X 10.4.11 “Tiger” and Mac OS 9.2.2Unofficially can support 10.5 Leopard via 3rd party software
Weight 13 kg (28.7 pounds) 13.6 kg (30 pounds)

Are old MacBooks still good?

Do Old MacBooks Still Perform? If you’re concerned that your older MacBook won’t perform as well as a new model, this is perfectly reasonable. A 2018 MacBook Pro is always going to lose ground to a 2020 model – that’s just the way things work. Newer is better and faster and more powerful.

Who designed G4?

Jonathan Ive, Apple Industrial Design Group iMac G4 Desktop Computer c. 2001. Apple, Inc. Group has 10 works online.

Does iMac G4 have WIFI?

Rather than the egg-shaped design of the original, the iMac G4 has a flat-panel LCD monitor perched on a dome-shaped system unit. It was the first iMac to possess Wi-Fi capability. It uses a built-in AirPort card that is compliant with the IEEE 802.11b wireless standard.

Can you upgrade an iMac G4?

How do you upgrade the RAM in the iMac G4 models? … Apple provides instructions to upgrade the memory in the bottom slot for both the original and Spring 2003 models — which have 700 MHz or 800 MHz processors — as well as the 17-Inch 1 GHz and USB 2.0 models — which have 1 GHz or 1.25 GHz processors.