Apple has started making available to catalog houses and retailers in the U.S. its low-end US$799 iMac system — which previously had only been available to the American education market and in many other parts of the world, including the U.K. The system is an Indigo-colored, 500MHz, G3-based system with 512K L2 cache at 200MHz, 64MB of memory, 20GB Ultra ATA Drive, CD-ROM, RAGE 128 Pro w/8MB and a 56K fax modem. It’s expected that catalog Web sites and the Apple Online Store will post the product for ordering before Monday in what is being called a low-key announcement by Apple with little fanfare… continued