Nobody but Apple knows at this point, and anyone that claims to know is merely speculating. Mac OS X for Intel has not been released (and the developer copies are surely not the final release candidates), so it's impossible to tell for sure.boyfarrell said:What technology is apple going to use to stop this from happening?
How would Mac OS X running on generic Intel hardware allow anyone access to more software? You'd still need Macintosh-specific versions of the software... I think the software situation would stay the same... it's not gonna magically let you run Windows software or anything...aximdude2005 said:In the end, who really cares about whether Mac OS X will be able to run on a PC? The only advantage would be convenience and accessibility to more software.