1397 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Aug 1, 2007 12:42 PM by SteveLamb0
That was so close! I almost got all the info I need from your link.
The model at BestBuy is: MA589LLA
The model on Apple site is: MA589LL
Do you know what tha last "A" stands for in the BestBuy model?
I tried Googling this matter but I can't find any verified results.
Could it be that the Apple representative was right about them selling a newer model?
Your help is much appreciated.
Well Rio, looking at the bestbuy website & the entry for the iMac (and comparing to Apple's specs website), I can see no difference between the two.
Also, the specs at bestbuy seem to suggest 3GB:
Bestbuy Apple iMac Specs
Thanks for taking the time to research this matter for me. I did follow your link the BestBuy website. However, you did visit the American site and I was on the Canadian site of BestBuy. I am guessing that the Canadian site may have printed an error in the 20" iMac Core2Duo's specs table about the actual expandability.
Nevertheless, I will give you full credit for your help and I thank you again for the extra effort.
Glad to have helped & thanks for the star.
Sorry I linked to the wrong site. The /A on the end of the serial number may refer to the revision number. Say, the computer without the A is the original, /A is the first revision. The most up-to-date computers may end in /B, see this website to do with a G5 (don't know if it applies to Intel iMacs):