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The Apple iBook, codenamed P1, features a 300 MHz PowerPC 750 (G3) processor, 32 MB of RAM (64 MB after February 16, 2000), a 3.2 GB hard drive (6.0 GB after February 16, 2000), and 2X-AGP ATI Rage Mobility graphics acceleration in a sleek, two-toned, portable case with a 12.1" TFT active-matrix display. The iBook also includes an innovative "AirPort" wireless networking card as an option which provides wireless Internet access.


Introduction Date:

July 21, 1999 1.

Discontinued Date:

September 13, 2000

Processor Type:

PowerPC 750 (G3)

Processor Speed:

300 MHz

Processor Upgrade:

N/A

FPU (Integrated):

PowerPC 750 (G3)

System Bus Speed:

66 MHz

Backside Bus Speed:

150 MHz

ROM Size:

1 MB (NewWorld) 2.

Data Path:

64-bit

Level 1 Cache:

64k

Level 2 Cache:

512k (backside)

RAM Type:

10 ns SO-DIMM

VRAM Type:

Video EDO SGRAM

Standard RAM:

32 MB, 64 MB

Maximum RAM:

288 MB, 320 MB 3.

Motherboard RAM:

32 MB, 64 MB 3.

RAM Slots:

1 4.

Standard VRAM:

4 MB

Maximum VRAM:

4 MB

Standard Hard Drive:

3.2 GB, 6.0 GB 5.

Int. Hard Drive Type:

IDE/Ultra-ATA

Standard CD-ROM:

24X

Standard Disk:

None

Standard Modem:

56.6k (internal)

Standard Ethernet:

10/100Base-T

Case Type:

Portable (Two-Tone) 6.

Form Factor:

iBook 6.

Exp. Slots:

AirPort 7.

Exp. Bays (Free):

N/A 8.

Battery Type:

45 W/Hr LiIon

Battery Life:

6 hours 9.

Built-in Display:

12.1" Color A.

Supported MacOS:

8.6, 9.0-9.0.4, 9.1, X

Dimensions:

1.8 x 13.5 x 11.6 B.

Avg. Weight:

6.7 lbs.

Original Price:

$1600 US

Est. Current Price:

$600-$800 US

Notes:

1. Configuration updated on February 16, 2000.
2.
Boot ROM is roughly 1 MB, other instructions are loaded into RAM.
3.
The iBook has 32 MB of onboard RAM (64 MB after February 16, 2000).
4. In addition to onboard RAM, there is one 3.3v 1.25 in SO-DIMM slot.
5. 6.0 GB hard drive standard after February 16, 2000.
6. Available in blueberry and tangerine.
7. AirPort slot occupied by optional AirPort card.
8. Unlike other PowerBooks, the iBook has no expansion bays.
9. 6 hours under "normal usage" conditions.
A. 12.1" TFT active-matrix color display.
B. In inches, height x width x depth (while closed).
C. Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc.