Keyword: could.But IBM begs to differ. The company could build PowerPC chips that satisfy the needs of the entire range of Apple's product lines, including portables such as the PowerBook, said Rod Adkins, vice president of development for IBM's Systems and Technology Group, which produces IBM's PowerPC chips.
Mikuro said:Their desktop G5s still beat the P4, and they just released a low-power G5.
fryke said:*sigh* - and people stay comparing _today's_ G5s and _today's_ Pentiums, Xeons and AMD x64 chips. Yet clearly, Apple's not going to use those in next years PCs. Well, maybe the G5s, because IBM still doesn't deliver? But intel quite surely will deliver other parts. intel's roadmap is out there. Read it, it's interesting.
HateEternal said:It doesn't matter if its today or tomorrow. Today the PowerMac is comparable to a x86 server class machine, when the x86 PowerMacs come out are they going to compare to desktop class PCs or Servers?