Apple has seemingly inadvertently posted specifications of upcoming Power Mac models on its online Apple Store. Under the Power Mac G4 section, a list of specifications describes “the world’s fastest personal computer” as containing 1.6, 1.8, or 2.0GHz PowerPC G5 processors. Update: The Apple Store went offline at 12:05 a.m.; it is back online as of 12:25 a.m.; the image in question has been removed, but can be found here: Power Mac G5 specs (our screenshot).
The specifications read:
– 1.6GHz, 1.8GHz, or Dual 2GHz PowerPC G5 processors
– Up to 1GHz processor bus
– Up to 8GB of DDR SDRAM
– Fast Serial ATA hard drives
– AGP 8X Pro graphics options from NVIDIA or ATI
– Three PCI or PCI-X expansion slots
– Three USB 2.0 ports
– One FireWire 800, two FireWire 400 ports
– Bluetooth & AirPort Extreme ready
– Optical and analog in and out
Many Mac enthusiasts and industry analysts are expecting the company to debut new Power Mac computers at next week’s World Wide Developers’ Conference.