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    Powerbook G4 + OS LEOPARD!
    Hey, just out of curiosity ...

    Is this new upgrade (LEOPARD) supposed to be used with the new Intel macs or is it still going to be worth upgrading to with a Powerbook G4?

    Thanks,
    Chris

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    what are your specs? Newer PPC computers will be supported.
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    I have the 1.67GHz PPC G4 with 1.5GB RAM.

    But what i'm wondering is if it will be worth upgrading if you have a non-intel mac.

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    your specs are fine.
    leopard will be universal i.e. one disc for ppc and intel.

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    Leopard will run just fine on your machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4 View Post
    what are your specs? Newer PPC computers will be supported.
    How about mine? I have a G4 Powerbook (Quicksilver). Dual 1GHz, 1.5 GB SDRAM. Sure hope so because I have been holding out for it rather then upgrading to Tiger.

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    All G4, G5 and Intel systems will be supported.
    If I recall correctly, they are still going to support G3's to an extent.
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    Are they going to do something similar to what they did with Tiger then? Have a month or two when you can get Leopard on CDs, instead of DVDs?
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    No idea. We don't even know when it's being released.

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