iPhone 4 against iMac of the year 2000, who do you think wins in specs?

For you to see what ten years do not do: a user of the forums of the Ars Technica had the curious idea of ‚Äč‚Äčcomparing the 2000 iMac G3 with the current Apple smartphone. How are the technical specifications of each one, side by side? Check the table below (with an extra line, which we added at the end):

SpecificationMac G3iPhone 4
Operational system Mac OS 9.0.4 iOS 4
Processor 500MHz PowerPC G3 1GHz ARM A4 (?)
RAM 128MB 512MB
Graphics ATI Rage 128 Pro, 8MB of memory (8 million triangles) PowerVR SGX 535, uses system memory (28 million triangles)
Screen 15 ″ CRT, 786,000 pixels 3.5 ″ IPS LCD, 614,000 pixels
Data transfer 1.312.5MBps (DVD-ROM; 1/100 Ethernet) 0.0420MBps (3G; WiFi)
Storage HD 30GB 32GB SSD
Dimensions 38.1 √ó 38.1 √ó 43.4cm 0.93 √ó 11.52 √ó 5.86cm
Weight 15.7kg 137g
Launch price $ 1,500 $ 700 (without subsidy)

So, what did you think? The question that the creator of this table left, I repeat here: what will the devices be like in 2020?

(tip from Erick Patrick, via MacStories)