Apple CD and DVD media (2006)

My collection of Apple CD and DVD media includes operating systems, applications, software collections that shipped with devices, promotional media, diagnostic tools, and educational content. In general, Apple-branded CD or DVD examples in original packaging have been presented separately, while single discs or collections of discs are presented chronologically.

Apple CDs and DVDs from 2006 include:

  • iLife ’06 Install DVD (Version 6.0, 2Z691-5672-A, 2006)
  • iMac G5 Mac OS X Install Disc 1 (Mac OS version 10.4.7, AHT version 3A111, Disc version 1.0, 2Z691-5859-A, 2006)
  • Mighty Mouse Software (Version 1.2, 2Z691-5799-A, 2006)
  • Apple Remote Desktop 3 (Version 3.0, 0Z691-5595-A, 2006)

Apple CD and DVD media (2005)

My collection of Apple CD and DVD media includes operating systems, applications, software collections that shipped with devices, promotional media, diagnostic tools, and educational content. In general, Apple-branded CD or DVD examples in original packaging have been presented separately, while single discs or collections of discs are presented chronologically.

Apple CDs and DVDs from 2005 include:

  • Xcode 2 Development Tools (Version 2.0, 691-5145-A, 2005)
  • Mac OS X Learning Center X for Districts, Version 10.4 (691-5495-A, 2005)
  • Mighty Mouse Software For Mac OS X (Version 1.0, 2Z691-5529-A, 2005)
  • Software Bundle (2Z603-6467-A, eMac Media, 2005)
  • iMac G5 Mac OS X Install Disc 1 (Mac OS version 10.4, AHT version 2.5.1, Disc version 1.0, 2Z691-5317-A, 2005)
  • eMac Mac OS X Install Disc 1 (Mac OS version 10.4, AHT version 2.5, Disc version 1.1, 2Z691-5518-A, 2005)

By 2005 Apple was shipping software bundles in clear plastic packaging.

Apple Mouse (white, M5769, 2003)

The Apple Mouse was very similar in design to the Apple Pro Mouse released in 2000. However, the Apple Mouse was white and removed the ability for the user to control the click-force setting on the bottom of the mouse.

The surface of this mouse was crystal clear acrylic with a base insert in white that matched the keyboard that shipped with it.

This mouse was included with the Power Mac G4 (mirrored drive door), Power Mac G5, eMac, iMac G4, and iMac G5. 

Source: Wikipedia.com

Apple Mouse (white, unopened, M5769, 2003)

The Apple Mouse was very similar in design to the Apple Pro Mouse released in 2000. However, the Apple Mouse was white and removed the ability for the user to control the click-force setting on the bottom of the mouse. The surface of this mouse was crystal clear acrylic with a base insert in white that matched the keyboard that shipped with it.

This mouse was included with the Power Mac G4 (mirrored drive door), Power Mac G5, eMac, iMac G4, and iMac G5. 

Source: Wikipedia.com

iMac G5 2.0 20-inch (2005)

The iMac G5 featured a 2.0 GHz PowerPC 970 (G5) processor, 512 MB of 400 MHz PC3200 DDR SDRAM, a 250 GB (7200 RPM) Serial ATA hard drive, a vertically-mounted slot-loading 8X DVD-R/CD-RW SuperDrive, and built-in stereo speakers at the bottom of the display. The screen was a 20-inch TFT Active Matrix LCD at 1680×1050. Wired ports included FireWire 400 and USB 2.0. Wireless connections included AirPort Extreme (802.11g) and Bluetooth 2.0+EDR.

Like its predecessors, the iMac G5 rested on an aluminum stand with an adjustable hinge. It also supported the VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) mounting interface standard which allowed the iMac to be mounted directly on a kiosk, wall, or arm. The iMac G5 also had an Ambient Light Sensor under the edge of the display that dims the sleep indicator light when the room is dark.

Source: EveryMac.com