PowerBooks may face delay

Gruman, Galen
September 1994
Macworld;Sep94, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p41
Reports on Apple Computer Inc.'s decision not to use the PowerPC 603 microprocessor for its next-generation PowerBooks. Reason for dropping the microprocessor; Motorola Inc.'s development of the 603+; Preliminary tests on 603+'s performance.


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