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These excerpts taken from the AAPL 10-K filed Dec 1, 2005.

eMac™

The eMac, a desktop personal computer targeted at the Company’s education customers, features a PowerPC G4 processor, a high resolution 17-inch flat cathode ray tube display, and preserves the all-in-one

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compact design of the original iMac. The eMac offers PowerPC G4 processors running at up to 1.42GHz, 333MHz DDR memory, an optional SuperDrive, built-in modem and Ethernet (10/100BASE-T), ATI Radeon graphics, AirPort Extreme-ready, and USB 2.0 and 1.1 ports for connectivity to peripherals.

Mac® mini

In January 2005, the Company introduced Mac mini, a desktop personal computer with a starting price of $499 and weighing as little as 2.9 pounds. In July 2005, the Company updated its Mac mini lineup, expanding to three models and increasing memory to 512MB. The first model includes a 1.25GHz PowerPC G4 processor, a 40GB hard drive, and a Combo drive. The second model includes a 1.42GHz PowerPC G4 processor, an 80GB hard drive, and a Combo drive. The third model includes a 1.42GHz PowerPC G4 processor, an 80GB hard drive, and a SuperDrive. All models include ATI Radeon 9200 graphics with 32MB of dedicated DDR memory, built-in Ethernet (10/100 BASE-T), one FireWire 400 and two USB 2.0 ports, and a DVI interface that also supports VGA so consumers can connect to LCD or CRT displays. The 1.42GHz models of the Mac mini also include built-in AirPort Extreme for 54 Mbps 802.11g wireless networking along with an internal Bluetooth module.

eMac™



The eMac, a desktop
personal computer targeted at the Company’s education customers, features a
PowerPC G4 processor, a high resolution 17-inch flat cathode ray tube display,
and preserves the all-in-one




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compact design of the
original iMac. The eMac offers PowerPC G4 processors running at up to 1.42GHz,
333MHz DDR memory, an optional SuperDrive, built-in modem and Ethernet
(10/100BASE-T), ATI Radeon graphics, AirPort Extreme-ready, and USB 2.0 and 1.1
ports for connectivity to peripherals.



Mac® mini



In January 2005, the
Company introduced Mac mini, a desktop personal computer with a starting price
of $499 and weighing as little as 2.9 pounds. In July 2005, the Company
updated its Mac mini lineup, expanding to three models and increasing memory to
512MB. The first model includes a 1.25GHz PowerPC G4 processor, a 40GB hard
drive, and a Combo drive. The second model includes a 1.42GHz PowerPC G4
processor, an 80GB hard drive, and a Combo drive. The third model includes a
1.42GHz PowerPC G4 processor, an 80GB hard drive, and a SuperDrive. All models
include ATI Radeon 9200 graphics with 32MB of dedicated DDR memory, built-in
Ethernet (10/100 BASE-T), one FireWire 400 and two USB 2.0 ports, and a DVI
interface that also supports VGA so consumers can connect to LCD or CRT
displays. The 1.42GHz models of the Mac mini also include built-in AirPort
Extreme for 54 Mbps 802.11g wireless networking along with an internal
Bluetooth module.



These excerpts taken from the AAPL 10-K filed Dec 3, 2004.

eMac™

The eMac, which is targeted primarily at the Company's education and consumer customers, features a PowerPC G4 processor, a high resolution 17-inch flat cathode ray tube display, and preserves the all-in-one compact design of the original iMac favored by many of the Company's education and consumer customers. In April 2004, the Company updated its eMac, which now has a suggested retail price starting at $799 and is available with a SuperDrive for a suggested retail price starting at $999. The eMac offers PowerPC G4 processors running at up to 1.25 GHz, 333 MHz DDR memory, ATI Radeon graphics and USB 2.0 connectivity to peripherals.

eMac™



The eMac, which is targeted primarily at the Company's education and consumer customers, features a PowerPC G4 processor, a high resolution 17-inch flat cathode ray
tube display, and preserves the all-in-one compact design of the original iMac favored by many of the Company's education and consumer customers. In April 2004, the
Company updated its eMac, which now has a suggested retail price starting at $799 and is available with a SuperDrive for a suggested retail price starting at $999. The eMac offers PowerPC G4
processors running at up to 1.25 GHz, 333 MHz DDR memory, ATI Radeon graphics and USB 2.0 connectivity to peripherals.




These excerpts taken from the AAPL 10-K filed Dec 19, 2003.

eMac™

The eMac, which is targeted primarily at the Company's education and consumer customers, features a PowerPC G4 processor, a high resolution 17-inch flat cathode ray tube (CRT) display, a SuperDrive option, and preserves the all-in-one compact design of the original iMac favored by many of the Company's education and consumer customers.

iBook®

The iBook is designed to meet the portable computing needs of education and consumer users. The current iBooks, upgraded in October 2003, feature PowerPC G4 processors and either a 12-inch or 14-inch display. These systems offer advanced connectivity with AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth, and certain models include 256 MB of DDR memory and slot-load Combo drives for burning CDs and watching DVDs. Each iBook is outfitted with a sleek polycarbonate plastic enclosure and weighs as little as 4.9 pounds.

eMac™



The eMac, which is targeted primarily at the Company's education and consumer customers, features a PowerPC G4 processor, a high resolution 17-inch flat cathode ray
tube (CRT) display, a SuperDrive option, and preserves the all-in-one compact design of the original iMac favored by many of the Company's education and consumer customers.



iBook®



The
iBook is designed to meet the portable computing needs of education and consumer users. The current iBooks, upgraded in October 2003, feature PowerPC G4 processors and either a
12-inch or 14-inch display. These systems offer advanced connectivity with AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth, and certain models include 256 MB of DDR memory and
slot-load Combo drives for burning CDs and watching DVDs. Each iBook is outfitted with a sleek polycarbonate plastic enclosure and weighs as little as 4.9 pounds.




These excerpts taken from the AAPL 10-K filed Dec 19, 2002.

eMac™

In April 2002, the Company introduced the eMac™, a new Macintosh desktop system designed for the Company's education customers. The eMac was made available to consumers in June 2002. The eMac features a PowerPC G4 processor, a high resolution 17-inch flat CRT display, a SuperDrive option, and preserves the all-in-one compact design of the original iMac favored by many of the Company's education and consumer customers.

iBook®

Designed for the portable computing needs of education and consumer users, the current iBook design was introduced in May of 2001. Current iBook models feature 12.1-inch or 14.1-inch TFT active-matrix displays, include integrated wireless capabilities, utilize PowerPC G3 processors, offer a choice of optical drive configurations, weigh as little as 4.9 pounds, and have a long battery life. iBooks are currently available in a configuration with a suggested retail price under $1,000.

eMac™



In April 2002, the Company introduced the eMac™, a new Macintosh desktop system designed for the Company's education customers. The eMac was made available
to consumers in June 2002. The eMac features a PowerPC G4 processor, a high resolution 17-inch flat CRT display, a SuperDrive option, and preserves the
all-in-one compact design of the original iMac favored by many of the Company's education and consumer customers.



iBook®



Designed
for the portable computing needs of education and consumer users, the current iBook design was introduced in May of 2001. Current iBook models feature 12.1-inch or
14.1-inch TFT active-matrix displays, include integrated wireless capabilities, utilize PowerPC G3 processors, offer a choice of optical drive configurations, weigh as little as 4.9
pounds, and have a long battery life. iBooks are currently available in a configuration with a suggested retail price under $1,000.




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