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Apple Specs (All Apple Mac, iPod, iPhone & iPad Specs)

Jump to: Intel | PowerPC G3-G5 | Vintage | Devices | Also see: Current Macs

Complete technical specs on every Apple Macintosh, as well as iPod, iPhone and iPad, ever released follow, organized by series. Click on a series for complete details.

Mac specs are listed below by Modern (Intel, 2006-Present), Recent (PowerPC G3-G5, 1997-2005) and Vintage (68k-604e, 1984-1998). Current Macs are available, too.

iPod, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch & Apple TV specs have their own category below. Specs for Apple Displays are provided on their own page.

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Have an iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or Android? See the EveryMac Mac specs app, too.

Please note that the thumbnail images merely show one of the more representative Macs in a category. Many series also include other models with different designs.

Modern Apple Macs (Intel, 2006-Present) also organizes specs on modern Macs By Year, Processor and Case Type and lists all of these Macs By Capability and Identifier. has a complete listing of Global Original Prices for Intel Macs, too.

To lookup a specific Intel Mac by a precise identifier, please refer to's Ultimate Mac Lookup. Current Macs also may be of interest.

Recent Apple Macs (PowerPC G3-G5, 1997-2005) also categorizes specs on recent Macs By Year, Processor and Case Type and lists all of these systems By Capability and Identifier with the above Intel Macs.

To lookup any Mac in the above "recent" section by a precise identifier, see's Ultimate Mac Lookup.

Vintage Apple Macs (68k-604e, 1984-1998) also organizes specs on vintage Macs By Year, Processor and Case Type.

Apple iPods, iPhones, iPads, Apple TVs & Newtons (1993-Present) also organizes iPod, iPhone and iPad devices By Year, Processor, Identifier, and Capability as well as Global Original Prices.

To lookup a specific iPod, iPhone or iPad by a precise identifier see's Ultimate iLookup. Also see Current iPods, iPhones & iPads.

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