The Apple Store is telling prospective buyers that they’ll need to wait 3-5 weeks for their
iBooks, but Apple’s newly redesigned diminutive consumer laptops are already making their way to retail store shelves.
Recently Dan Deering of Keene, N.H.-based Apple dealer Diversified Computers sent MacCentral
links to pictures
of his company’s first delivery. Deering told MacCentral that Diversified Computers got a shipment of the US$1,299 CD-ROM and $1,499 DVD-ROM-equipped models.
Diversified installed RAM and an AirPort card in one, and snapped some photos of the process. So if you’re interested in checking out what the iBook looks like with its guts hanging out — or if you’re just interested in seeing the iBook without all the polish and pizzazz of an Apple press event — pay the company’s Web site a visit.