The iMac G5 was a design Jonny Ive had wanted for quite some time, and after the iMac G4, Steve Jobs gave him the go-ahead for putting the entire computer behind the display. Every iMac since then has followed the same kind of design.
There were only three generations of iMac G5, but the same design continued into the Intel Mac era.
G5 iMac Profiles
- 17″ and 20″ 1.6-1.8 GHz iMac G5 (2004)
- 17″ and 20″ 1.8-2.0 GHz iMac G5 (Mid 2005)
- 17″ and 20″ 1.9-2.1 GHz iMac G5 (iSight)
- Getting the Most Out of Your iMac G5, Daniel Knight, Mac Daniel, 2016.01.21
- Remembering the Final PowerPC Macs, Dan Bashur, Apple, Tech, and Gaming, 2015.10.11
- The G5 and Mac OS X: Less 64-bit Than You’d Think, Daniel Knight, Mac Musings, 2014.08.15
- The First G5 iMacs, Low End Mac Round Table, 2012.08.31
- Apple’s G5 iMac: Wonderful in White, Alan Zisman, Zis Mac, 2012.08.31
- The G5 Legacy, Low End Mac Round Table, 2012.06.23
- Practically Perfect Design: The iMac G5, Dan Knight, Mac Musings, 2010.08.31
- iMac G5: Nice System, but at a Nice Price?, Alan Zisman, Low End Mac Reviews, 2004.11.01
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