Apple iMac G4

The iMac G4 (often called Sunflower) is an all-in-one personal computer designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple Computer, Inc. from January 2002 to August 2004.

It replaced the iMac G3 and was succeeded by the iMac G5. The iMac G4 featured an LCD mounted on an adjustable arm, above a hemisphere containing a full-size, tray-loading optical drive and a fourth-generation PowerPC G4 74xx-series processor. The internals such as the hard drive and motherboard were placed in the "dome" instead of the LCD panel as it would be too heavy.

The arm allowed the display to hold almost any angle around the dome-shaped bottom. The iMac G4 was sold only in white, and was not translucent like the iMac G3. The machine was sold with the Apple Pro Keyboard and Apple Pro Mouse, which were later redesigned and renamed the Apple Keyboard and Apple Mouse.

Catalog type
Desktop computer
Manufacturer
Release Date
January 2002
Processor
Motorola PowerPC G4 @ 700 MHz
Memory
128 MB
Storage
40 GB
Operation System
Mac OS 9.2.2
Collection Serial code Owner
Apple iMac G4 QT3073HJNHX Jan Vriends

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