Apple has revealed that its line-up of G5 Power Macs will debut at Macworld CreativePro, which takes place from July 14-18 at New York City's Javits Center, reports MacCentral.

The G5s were launched late last month at the Worldwide Developers Conference.

The G5 is built on a new processor based on IBM's 970, but the machines also boast an entirely new architecture. The 64-bit microprocessor features full support for 32-bit applications, and sports a parallel architecture that can handle 215 simultaneous in-flight instructions, features two double-precision floating-point units and an optimized Velocity Engine.

The chips are also designed for full support of symmetric multi-processing.