Announced in July 1999 at Macworld New York, the iBook was perhaps the most anxiously awaited Apple computer ever. Aimed at the same consumer market as its big brother, the iMac, the iBook filled the 2x2 consumer/pro/desktop/portable matrix that Steve Jobs had first detailed more than a year earlier.

30 years of Apple Products, wired.com

Internet Browser for the Clamshell iBook

There are only a few Internet Browsers for outdated MacOS, which are subject to continuous develepment - such as Classilla and iCab for OS 9, iCab for OSX 10.3 and 10.4 plus TenFourFox for 10.4.
Camino and Opera are still useful with reservations.
iCab Browser is Shareware, but there are only reminders which pop up from time to time.


Mac OS 9.2

Classilla (fork of Wacom/Mozilla Browser)
iCab 3.05 (Shareware 20$)
Opera 6.03

Mac OS 10.3 Panther

Camino 1.6 ( Fork of Safari-Browser )

iCab 4.9 (for 10.3.9, Shareware 20$)
Opera 9.6.4

Mac OS 10.4 Tiger

TenFourFox (Fork of Firefox, OSX 10.4.11, G3 with more than 512MB Ram recommended)
Camino 2.1 for OSX 10.4
Opera 10.6.3 for OSX 10.4
iCab 4.9 (for 10.4, Shareware 20$)



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