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Apple harvest yields computers, OS

The company says its new G5 machines are faster than any Windows-based PC on the market, but some are questioning that claim. Also: Putting a price on Panther, Apple's new operating system.

Apple Computer says its new G5s are faster than any Windows-based PC on the market, but some are questioning that claim. Also: The company puts a price Panther, its new operating system.
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Apple: New G5 outperforms Windows PC
Greg Joswiak, vice president of hardware product marketing, Apple Computer

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Apple's new iChat enables video conferencing
Greg Joswiak, vice president of hardware product marketing, Apple Computer

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New Power Mac boasts 64-bit processor
Steve Jobs, CEO, Apple Computer

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Apple unleashes new Power Mac G5
Steve Jobs, CEO, Apple Computer


Analysts and others are raising questions over claims that the new Power Mac G5 is the world's fastest personal computer.
June 24, 2003


The Mac maker plans to charge existing users who want to upgrade to the new operating system, as it did with the original Mac OS X and with update 10.2.
June 23, 2003


update Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs rolls out a new crop of Power Macs that he says can outperform any Windows-based PC.
June 23, 2003

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The compnay appears poised to boost its Power Mac line in what could be a much-needed overhaul of its high-end desktops.
June 20, 2003


The Mac maker is widely reported to have posted on its online store the specifications for new Power Macs running on a new G5 processor at speeds well above its current lineup.
June 19, 2003