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  Which iMac are you?

· iMac G3: Unveiled on May 6, 1998 and shipped in August. The iMac G3 originally used a PowerPC 233 MHz processor. By the time the iMac G3 was last updated in the summer of 2001, the processor speed had been increased to 700 MHz.

· iMac G4: The iMac G4 incorporated a PowerPC G4 processor running at 700 MHz, as well as a new case design that placed all of the computer's electronics in a hemispherical shell, with an LCD display attached via an articulated arm. The iMac G4 was announced on January 7, 2002 and had a 15-inch LCD display. The last update to the iMac G4 occurred on November 19, 2003, with a 20-inch display and a 1.25 GHz G4 processor.

· iMac G5: The iMac G5 adopted a whole new case design. Apple moved all of the electronics into the display's shell, creating an elegant profile that resembled the company's line of LCD displays, though with a thicker case. Released on August 31, 2004, the iMac G5 was available with a 17- or 20-inch display and a 1.6 or 1.8 GHz G5 processor.

· iMac (Intel-based): January 10, 2006 saw the introduction of the Intel-based iMac. This new model was the first Macintosh to use the Core Duo processor from Intel. Available processor speeds were 1.83 GHz and 2.0 GHz.

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