Apple to Intel move no threat to Linux
"Realistically, Apple will not make generic PC’s nor will the upcoming Intel version of Mac OS X run on non-Apple hardware. The new Apples will be just as proprietary as the PowerPC-based Apple hardware -- and just as distinct from the generic ‘PC market’.
Above all, Apple is still a hardware company and a switch to commodity hardware -- or even making their new computers PC compatible -- would be a far more dangerous business risk than simply switching CPU architectures. Apple is not changing their business plan. They are changing their processor architecture and supplier only."
(Submitted by Anonymous Fri Jun 10, 2005 )
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