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Originally Posted by justin_clark93 View Post
Assuming you have a PPC imac, then you will NOT be able to run the newest OS version (10.6) that is coming out within the next year,
While that is entirely likely, it has not yet been confirmed.

That news is a rumor based on an alleged screenshot of Snow Leopard's system requirements. The grab supposedly comes from an early version of the OS seeded to developers at WWDC.
Seeing that the pending release date is still a year away, anything could be possible.

There is nothing on the official Apple site to either confirm, nor deny anything.
The only hint is that it will be a 64-bit OS, so perhaps G4's and lower will be out... but the G5 chip is a 64-bit chip.

http://www.apple.com/macosx/snowleopard/

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