Apple September iMac To Have G5
9:13 AM | Eddie Park | Comment on this story
MacCentral has posted an article that outlines various points discussed by Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer in an analyst conference call. Besides the usual talk about profits and markets, Oppenheimer let folks know that an iMac with a G5 processor would be coming sometime this fall.
Oppenheimer also confirmed that the new iMac coming this September will be based on a G5 processor. The delay in the new model's release is supply problem involving the G5 processor itself -- it's manufactured by IBM in its East Fishkill, NY.Elaborating on the supply problem, Oppenheimer adds that it is an industry problem, rather than just IBM's problem.
Other Apple facets discussed are iPod sales, iTunes song sales, and retail store profits.
Apple reveals G5 iMac plans
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