Originally posted by Res
I don't think Apple will ship anything based on Intel hardware until the popular programs have been converted. I, for one, cannot imagine having a Mac without photoshop, illustrator, and BBedit...
Originally posted by ThinkingDifferent
Although, what happens if Intel does suffer production problems?
They probably still will have more chips available than what IBM and Freescale combined would ever produce..
Originally posted by TandS
Nokia are definitely releasing a phone which plays music ala the iPod.
Yes. It's called N91 (as I said) and have a 4 GB hard drive, USB2 (storage support) and a head phone jack. It can play AAC...
It will be available this winter for the Nokia N91 with a 4 GB hard drive says the manager for multimedia at Nokia. They are using an open platform (Symbian Series 60) and are welcoming everybody. When asked why it is taking so long for...
Originally posted by tfernsle
Decision to go with Intel is an old one. SJ said the option was intentionally developed and maintained from the start of OSX. That takes a certain effort, and I don't think they would have made...
Originally posted by PB
Of interest also is the next generation MP for next year, 2.0-4.0 GHz with 2 MB L2 / core. Will IBM deliver or not is now the question.
Yeah.. but you know accrding to Nr.9 there's a industry...
Originally posted by skatman
I'm curious if OSX for Intel supports hyperthreading?
This is a hardware feature, not a software. OSX sees the processor as one physical processor but two virtual. OSX uses both.
Originally posted by cdoverlaw
well Apple brand is stronger than Microsoft's, and microsoft was int he same position when they launched Xbox, but that was a success, i believe that Apple could partner with Nintendo to build a...