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Monday, June 06, 2005
Macs from Intel-based computers, Apple Computer itself has switched. CEO Steve Jobs announced that Apple would gradually shift its Mac line to Intel-based chips over the next two years. Jobs' announcement formed the centerpiece of a keynote speech to Mac programmers attending the company's annual Worldwide Developer Conference here. In his speech, Jobs revealed that Apple has been developing all versions of OS X since its inception to run on both Intel and PowerPC chips. "Mac OS X has been leading a secret double life the past five years," he said. The CEO showed a demo of the Tiger operating system on an Intel-based machine, saying, "We've been running on an Intel system all morning." Jobs also feels that looking ahead Intel has the strongest processor roadmap by far.
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