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The Five Flavor i Macs sold for 0 less than Rev. The Five Flavors got a spec bump to 333 Mhz in April 1999, and were replaced in October 1999, when Apple released the i Mac (Slot Loading) line.
In October 1999, Apple started shipping a slot-loading optical drive in the i Mac, marking the start of the second batch of updates to the machine.
B” upgrade that happened just two months after the initial i Macs shipped.
At the base, a 350 Mhz model sold at the elusive 9 price point, and was available only in Blueberry.
The shape of the CRT defined the machine, with a slightly curved front.
The original i Mac featured a 233 Mhz G3 processor, with a 512KB backside cache, coupled with 32 MB RAM, a 4 GB hard drive and a 24x tray-loading CD-ROM drive.
Thankfully, Flower Power and Dalmatian didn’t make it past that single generation.
At the low end, running at 500 Mhz, Apple had an i Mac in Indigo and Snow, with and ATI Rage 128 Ultra (AGP 2X) graphics card with 16 MB of VRAM, an an optional CD-RW drive.