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Intel endorses Apple Macintosh, software

Awesome power of the P4, sorry G5 microprocessor
Wed Jul 02 2003, 09:22
THE PUBLIC FACE of Intel will have no truck with Apple. As machines created by Steve Jobs' firm do not contain the "awesome power of the Intel Netbust architecture" with its scalable sizing and its superb ability to deal with any computer problem thrown at it, there's no reason for Chipzilla to touch Apple machines with a bargepole, nor talk about them.

But now it has emerged that Intel does use Apple machines and software, and seems to rely on it when producing its annual results.

If you go to the Intel web site and download the Acrobat PDF for its financial 2002 report, which you can find here, you will find a very surprising thing when you click on the document properties. As you can see below.


Nothing like backing your own products, is there? And this is nothing like that. µ


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