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Short answer: nope.
 
Long answer: the iBook G3 runs the older PowerPC architecture. A new MacBook runs on Intel processors. Apple made 10.6 Snow Leopard Intel-only so they didn't have to double the code... and a lot of other reasons. The greatest OS your iBook would be able to runcan realistically run is 10.5 Leopard. But that depends entirelyTiger. Finding tiger online seems to be a bit difficult, but there are a lot of copies available on eBay if that's your RAMcup of tea. Just search "tiger mac os x" and it pulls up a bunch of install DVDs. See Mayer's system requirements below for a quick check if your processor speed. The processor needs toG3 will run at 867MHz or higher and the RAM needs to be 512, minimum. Running the Leopard operating system willTiger. Unfortunately, you won't get you as close to the capabilities of Snow Leopard as possible, but it cannot run the newest OS and the newest features. If you're going to run the Leopard operating system on the minimum hardware, '''I'd just recommend sticking with Tiger.'''.. Leopard doesn't run worth a darn on the minimum requirementsthat machine. Sorry.
Long answer: the iBook G3 runs the older PowerPC architecture. A new MacBook runs on Intel processors. Apple made 10.6 Snow Leopard Intel-only so they didn't have to double the code... and a lot of other reasons. The greatest OS your iBook would be able to runcan realistically run is 10.5 Leopard. But that depends entirelyTiger. Finding tiger online seems to be a bit difficult, but there are a lot of copies available on eBay if that's your RAMcup of tea. Just search "tiger mac os x" and it pulls up a bunch of install DVDs. See Mayer's system requirements below for a quick check if your processor speed. The processor needs toG3 will run at 867MHz or higher and the RAM needs to be 512, minimum. Running the Leopard operating system willTiger. Unfortunately, you won't get you as close to the capabilities of Snow Leopard as possible, but it cannot run the newest OS and the newest features. If you're going to run the Leopard operating system on the minimum hardware, '''I'd just recommend sticking with Tiger.'''.. Leopard doesn't run worth a darn on the minimum requirementsthat machine. Sorry.
 
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Short answer: nope.
 
Long answer: the iBook G3 runs the older PowerPC architecture. A new MacBook runs on Intel processors. Apple made 10.6 Snow Leopard Intel-only so they didn't have to double the code... and a lot of other reasons. The greatest OS your iBook would be able to run is 10.5 Leopard. But that depends entirely on your RAM and your processor speed. The processor needs to run at 867MHz or higher and the RAM needs to be 512, minimum. Running the Leopard operating system will get you as close to Snow Leopard as possible, but it cannot run the newest OS and the newest features. If you're going to run the Leopard operating system on the minimum hardware, I'd'''I'd just recommend sticking with Tiger.Tiger.'''.. Leopard doesn't run worth a darn on the minimum requirements.
Long answer: the iBook G3 runs the older PowerPC architecture. A new MacBook runs on Intel processors. Apple made 10.6 Snow Leopard Intel-only so they didn't have to double the code... and a lot of other reasons. The greatest OS your iBook would be able to run is 10.5 Leopard. But that depends entirely on your RAM and your processor speed. The processor needs to run at 867MHz or higher and the RAM needs to be 512, minimum. Running the Leopard operating system will get you as close to Snow Leopard as possible, but it cannot run the newest OS and the newest features. If you're going to run the Leopard operating system on the minimum hardware, I'd'''I'd just recommend sticking with Tiger.Tiger.'''.. Leopard doesn't run worth a darn on the minimum requirements.
 
Hope that helps.

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Short answer: nope.

Long answer:  the iBook G3 runs the older PowerPC architecture.  A new MacBook runs on Intel processors.  Apple made 10.6 Snow Leopard Intel-only so they didn't have to double the code... and a lot of other reasons.  The greatest OS your iBook would be able to run is 10.5 Leopard.  But that depends entirely on your RAM and your processor speed.  The processor needs to run at 867MHz or higher and the RAM needs to be 512, minimum.  Running the Leopard operating system will get you as close to Snow Leopard as possible, but it cannot run the newest OS and the newest features.  If you're going to run the Leopard operating system on the minimum hardware, I'd just recommend sticking with Tiger... Leopard doesn't run worth a darn on the minimum requirements.

Hope that helps.

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