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Archived - AirPort Card: Compatible Macs

This document lists Macs that accept the Apple AirPort Card. Some third-party wireless card compatibility information is also provided.

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Warning: The AirPort Extreme Card is not compatible with the following Macs. Attempting to install an AirPort Extreme Card in any of these Macs may damage the Mac and/or the card. For a list of Macs that are compatible with the AirPort Extreme Card, see AirPort Extreme Card: Compatible Macintosh Computers.

Apple AirPort Card




Figure 1

The Apple AirPort Card (Figure 1) can be installed in the following Macs:

  • eMac
  • iBook (All models, except G4)
  • Power Mac G4 (AGP)
  • Power Mac G4 Cube
  • Power Mac G4 (Gigabit Ethernet)
  • Power Mac G4 (Digital Audio)
  • Power Mac G4 (QuickSilver)
  • Power Mac G4 (QuickSilver 2002)
  • Power Mac G4 (Mirrored Drive Doors)
  • PowerBook G3 (FireWire)
  • PowerBook G4
  • PowerBook G4 (Gigabit Ethernet)
  • PowerBook G4 (DVI)
  • PowerBook G4 (1 GHz/867 MHz)


Notes:

    1. The parenthetical product names iMac (Summer 2000) and iMac (Summer 2001) refer to the summer of the northern hemisphere.

    2. A low-cost variant of the iMac (Summer 2000) model computer does not have an AirPort Card slot and thus cannot accept the AirPort Card.


Third-Party Wireless Cards

PowerBook computers that do not have an AirPort Card slot may be able to use a third-party wireless card in the PCMCIA (or "PC") card slot. Check the card vendor's specifications for compatibility information. Mac OS X does not include drivers for certain third-party cards that were included with Mac OS 9. For more information, see Mac OS X, AirPort: Compatible Third-Party Wireless Cards.


Installing AirPort Cards

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