Give the Chicken the Lipstick

Paar, Morgan
August 2005
Videomaker;Aug2005, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p7
The article reports on the decision of Apple on June 6, 2005 to put the computer operating system Mac OS on an Intel machine. According to Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, the company has been developing versions of Mac OS X to run on Intel and PowerPC chips. Apple will shift from IBM-based chips to Intel over the next two years.


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