Mac-clone development accelerates

Piller, Charles; Beale, Stephen
September 1996
Macworld;Sep96, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p42
Reports on the expected rush of releases of Macintosh clones in 1997. Progress of Apple Computer Inc.'s intention to broadly license its operating system; Significance of the planned partnership between Apple and the International Business Machines Corp. to produce a new Macintosh-OS based notebook.


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