iMac 24-inch Mid 2007 Datasheet

iMac 24-inch Aluminum
Source: – iMac 24-inch Aluminum

In August 2007, Apple introduced the world to a revolutionary piece of technology: the Apple iMac 24-inch Mid 2007. This all-in-one computer not only boasted cutting-edge features but also redefined the landscape of personal computing.

With its sleek aluminum and glass enclosure, the iMac 24-inch Mid 2007 captivated audiences upon its release. Apple’s CEO, Steve Jobs, hailed it as the most incredible desktop computer ever made, emphasizing its innovative design and use of recyclable materials. The integration of the entire computer system into a single enclosure created a clutter-free workspace, reflecting Apple’s commitment to both form and function.

Beneath its elegant exterior, the iMac 24-inch Mid 2007 packed a punch in terms of performance. Equipped with Intel Core 2 Duo processors running up to 2.8 GHz, ATI Radeon HD graphics, and up to 4 GB of RAM, this iMac delivered professional-grade power for both consumers and professionals alike. Its generous storage options of up to 1 TB ensured ample space for digital content, from photos to music and movies.

iMac Aluminum Side
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Apple didn’t skimp on connectivity either. The iMac 24-inch Mid 2007 featured built-in AirPort Extreme Wi-Fi for fast wireless networking, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.0 ports, and FireWire ports, offering users a range of options to transfer data quickly and conveniently. The inclusion of iSight camera and Bluetooth further enhanced its versatility, making it ideal for video conferencing and wireless connectivity.

Accompanying its impressive hardware, the iMac 24-inch Mid 2007 came bundled with iLife ’08, a suite of digital lifestyle applications that included iPhoto and iMovie. These tools seamlessly integrated with the .Mac Web Gallery, allowing users to share their photos and videos online effortlessly. Paired with Mac OS X Tiger, the iMac offered a seamless and intuitive user experience.

Despite its groundbreaking features, the iMac 24-inch Mid 2007 eventually reached the end of its lifecycle. Apple discontinued the model in 2008, making way for newer iterations. However, its legacy lives on, as it remains an iconic symbol of Apple’s dedication to innovation and design.

iMac Aluminum
Source: – iMac Aluminum

Today, as we celebrate 16 years since its launch, the iMac 24-inch Mid 2007 continues to hold a special place in the hearts of Apple enthusiasts. Its impact on the personal computing industry cannot be overstated, as it set the stage for future iMac models that continue to push boundaries and redefine what’s possible.

iMac 20- and 24-inch Aluminum
Source: – iMac 20- and 24-inch Aluminum

iMac 24-inch Mid 2007 Details

IntroducedAugust 7, 2007 – 16 years ago
DiscontinuedApril 28, 2008 – 16 years ago
Time on the Market265 days (8 months)
Model IdentifieriMac7,1
Model NumberA1225
Order NumberMA878LL/A
Original Price$1,799
Weight25.4 Ibs.
11.521 KG
Dimensions20.5” H x 22.4” W x 8.1” D
52.07 cm H x 56.9 cm W x 20.57 cm D

iMac 24-inch Tech Specs


ProcessorIntel Core 2 Duo T7700 “Merom” (2.4 GHz)
Intel Core 2 Extreme X7900 “Merom” (2.8 GHz)
Processor Speed2.4 GHz
2.8 GHz
Number of Cores2
System Bus800 MHz
Cache4 MB shared L2 at full processor speed

Storage & Media

Storage320 GB
500 GB
750 GB
1 TB
Media1 – 8x DVD-R/CD-RW dual-layer “SuperDrive” slot-loading drive


Built-in Memory1 GB
2 GB
Maximum Memory4 GB (Apple)
6 GB (Actual)
Memory Slots2 – PC2-5300 200-pin DDR2 SO-DIMM 667 MHz
Interleaving SupportYes


Built-in Display24″ TFT LCD glossy widescreen Display
Brightness380 cd/m²
Resolutions640 x 480
800 x 500
800 x 600
840 x 524
1024 x 640
1024 x 768
1280 x 800
1344 x 840
1680 x 1000
1920 x 1200 (Native)


Graphics CardATI Radeon HD 2600 PRO
Graphics Memory256 MB GDDR3
Display Connection1 – Mini-DVI (DVI, VGA, Composite, and S-video with adapter)
Display ModesDual display extended and video mirroring
External ResolutionUp to 1920 x 1200 pixels on Digital
Up to 2045 x 1536 pixels on Analog


Expansion SlotsNone
Optical Drive InterfaceUltra ATA/100
Hard Drive Interface3 Gbps Serial ATA (SATA)


Ethernet10/100/1000BASE-T (RJ-45 – support for jumbo frames)
ModemApple USB Modem MA034Z/A (Optional)
Wi-FiAirPort Extreme Card 802.11b/g/n
BluetoothBluetooth 2.0 + EDR
USB3 – 480 Mbps (USB 2.0)
FireWire1 – 400 Mbps
1 – 800 Mbps
Infrared1 – For Apple Remote only
Audio In1 – 3.5-mm analog/optical combo jack
1 – Built-in microphone
Audio Out1 – 3.5-mm analog/optical combo jack
2 – Built-in speakers
Display1 – Mini-DVI (DVI, VGA, Composite, and S-video with adapter)

Keyboard and Mouse

PeripheralsApple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad
Apple Mighty Mouse
Apple Remote


Original OSMac OS X 10.4.10
Later OSMac OS X 10.5
Mac OS X 10.5.2
Maximum OSOS X 10.11.6
FirmwareIntel Extensible Firmware Interface
Bundled SoftwareMac OS X 10.4
iLife ’08 (includes iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, iWeb, GarageBand)
iWork ’08 (30-day trial)


Backup Battery3 V CR2032 Lithium
Maximum Continuous Power280 W
Line Voltage100-240 V AC

iMac Mid 2007 Introduction Video

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