An iMac G4 from nearly 20 years ago, praised for its unusual design, has now been modified to work in conjunction with an Apple M1 Chip.
The M1 was perhaps Apple’s most significant milestone. According to the Apple official website, the M1 is the first personal computing chip that uses the innovative 5-nanometer technology. It contains 16 billion transistors.
These are just a few of the many possibilities that this skilled opens up, but we can’t help but wonder if it would work on a computer from years ago.
In particular, we are referring to the iMac G4 from almost 20 years ago. This unique design was admired by many. However, it has been altered to use the most recent Apple technology.
This unusual milestone was reached by a user who, despite declaring himself a fan of Apple, posted a video showing how he enabled an iMac G4 with an Apple M1 processor.
Colby Sheets shared a video that shows how he gave his G4 the ability to run macOS big sur, as part of the commemoration of Steve Jobs’s 10th anniversary.
The thread in which the user explained part of his process ensured that this was a tribute to Steve Jobs, who is also the inspiration for many.
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