THE APPLE STORE

THE APPLE STORE

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Dear Linux Magazine Reader,

It looks like Apple has finally rolled out the Intel Macintosh computer. I have written about the Intel Mac in this space before (see the September 2005 issue). When Apple first announced they were going to switch to the Intel chip, some worried this could have the effect of nosing out Linux as the Intel alternative.

Now it seems increasingly unlikely that Apple has any such plans. In fact, MacOS appears less of a priority for Apple than it has been for years. And, astonishingly enough, the Macintosh computer itself is not really the cornerstone that it used to be.

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