I think that since Mac OS X is a Unix system, and Windows is a Windows system, it is pretty obvious that apps from one system won't run natively on the other one (unless you have Wine, which allows you to run some Windows apps on OS X, but there's still no way to run OS X apps on Windows though).chornbe said:OS/x won't run Windows apps. Windows won't run Mac apps.
Just lighten up and enjoy the evolution.
It's a good thing, this Intel thing. Honest.
If that had anything to do with it, they would have used intel from the start. Steve is only going to intel now to chap IBM's ass.symphonix said:(snip)
- Finally, the impression I got from Steve's comments is that they were going with Intel because Intel have a proven record of being able to develop quickly, and ship in huge quantities, at a reasonable price.
No.parb.johal@ante said:pjeski - IBM hit a wall, development on the G5 chip just stalled - and their main customers are now the games machines makers.
why develop for apple when they are tiny slice of revenue?
plus IBM could never get enough G5 chips to apple as they needed them. their supply chain was terrible - and its well documented that it was.
those are facts.
so do you see how as a sound business decision it actually makes sense?