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Apple appears to have selected the name iBook for its forthcoming consumer and education-oriented notebook Mac, better known by its codename, P1. The name 'iBook' has been assigned to the company as a trademark and follows naturally from the name 'iMac'. An earlier, much-fancied name was 'WebMate', given the machine's anticipated role as a portable Internet access system -- iBook retains that idea, but also ties the machine into the professional PowerBook line.

Tony Smith, theregister.co.uk

iBook Clamshell Defects: Part 4 - DC in Board



The DC-in Board has direct contact to the power adapter and is plugged onto the Logicboard. If you have a loose connection the solder joints on the DC in Board may be broken and easily be repaired. Follow this Link. But a short circuit fault may do harm to electronic components (as to be seen in the picture), if you have bad luck the whole logicboard might be damaged. In some cases you only have to replace the DC-in Board.

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