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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

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The iBook Clamshell was produced by Apple Computers from September 1999 until May 2001 in five colours and several configurations. Because of the distinctive design and relialble hardware components the original iBooks has still a lot of aficionados around the world - i am one of them.

I started this website in 2006 in german - my first language. When i noticed that a lot of people from anglophone counties came for a visit, i added english content - of course with faults and imperfections. Nevertheless you will find here the most comprehensive information concerning the Clamshell iBook  and a whole lot of tips and tricks to keep your iBook up and running.

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