Right after introducing iTunes for Windows, Apple has rolled out a new line of iBooks. My very first Mac was an iBook which I loved, except for the performance. Man, was it slow. Back in those days (when OS X first came out and couldn’t even be used to burn a CD yet), the iBooks had a better form-factor than the Powerbooks. Recently, the Powerbooks have undergone a much-needed redesign, however, and are finally the perfect laptops (for Mac users, of course). The new iBooks are attractive, though, if you need something small, light, and relatively inexpensive.
By Christian Cantrell
October 22, 2003