Richard Nagle wrote: >The sad things, is that all Mac from past to currently, >what is on the assembly line, are now obsolete. (just like that....) > > I highly doubt it, see below. >Why would you speed $3-5000 for a trickup G5, >when next year, you can go to walmart and buy a PC for $399.00 >and run, the new version of 10.5 on it. > > I don't think this means they are making OS X for x86 *PCs*. They will most likely still use OpenFirmware and/or lock people in to these specific machines -- remember the ROM card anyone? Yes you, the old Mac dude with the beard. (Okay well, I remember that I don't have a beard, but you know...) >³intel inside² <barf> > > I indeed taste bile reaching my taste buds, but future will tell how this turns out. I actually just read about the WWDC, and it's very interesting... I'm actually waiting to see how this turns out :) Most importantly they are not dumping PPC -- they say they will still have products running on that -- more choice means more power to us, see it that way. And with FAT-esque binaries for both PPC and x86, and OS X running on x86 for the past five years... should be fun in the end, perhaps. I don't know, I'm being optimistic. >Hey, remember Vtech school, I bet you they are piss off... >$4 Million.... please. > > > I don't =/ I suppose my eBeard is not long enough... -- Alexandre Gauthier supernaut at underwares.org underwares.org Obscure IT knowledge Open Database The human brain operates at only 10% of its capacity. The rest is overhead for the operating system.