The iBook now comes in two configuration: a 1.33GHz model with 12.1-inch display for $999 USD ($1249 CAD) and a 1.42GHz model with 14.1-inch display for $1,299 USD ($1649 CAD). Unfortunately, they still only come with 32MB of video memory which is not enough run Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger’s new Core Image technologies.
Over on the Mac mini side, the entry level 1.25GHz will now ship with 512MB of RAM for the same price of $499 ($629 CAD). The 1.42GHz model ($599 USD or $749 CAD) also gets the memory boost as well as built-in AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth. A new 1.42GHz model ($699 USD or $899 CAD) adds a 4x SuperDrive as well as the built-in AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth. All minis will continue to come with an ATI Radeon 9200 video card with 32MB of video memory.