which operating system does it run and which version of quicktime does it use?
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It's a monitor (not an iMac, though it does look similar). It doesn't have it's own operating system, it's designed to work with a computer (sold separately). It connects via thunderbolt.
- Answered by Ben K from Atlanta
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Good morning Alan - the Apple Thunderbolt Display is a simply monitor as opposed to being a computer. Hope this helps...
- Answered by Marion B from Austin
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It doesn't run an operating system and has no addressable memory, it is just a display with additional USB, firewire, gigabit ethernet and thunderbolt ports. It operates with any Mac which has a thunderbolt port. It may also run with some PCs which have thunderbolt ports, as long as the graphics card is connected into the thunderbolt output.
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Can I buy the operating system disc for my iMac OSX version 10.68
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Is Version 10.6.1 the Snow Leopard operating system? Or do I have to upgrade?
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- Asked about: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard