So far, no one has managed to get Linux or Winblows to run on the iMac Core Duo, but some people have managed to irreversible kill a few iMacs (and are returning them to Apple without mentioning how they butchered the machines).
"Apple grabbed a 2.7 % unit share, while Corel had 1.6%. Microsoft maintained its dominance with nearly 95% of unit sales. Apple's share is particularly impressive considering that iWork runs only on Macs [...] ' Apple's success for iWork has been pretty
I am pledging $100 of my own money and offering anyone else who would like the instructions on how to Dual boot these two operating systems the ability to donate some of their money into the pot as a reward for[who] can make dual-booting Mac OS X and Windows XP happen on an Intel Mac
"Apple grabbed a 2.7 % unit share, while Corel had 1.6%. Microsoft maintained its dominance with nearly 95% of unit sales. Apple's share is particularly impressive considering that iWork runs only on Macs [...] ' Apple's success for iWork has been pretty surprising,' "
"[...] multiple reports indicated that Apple was preparing to extend its foray into the consumer electronics market with a series of new iPod-related products deemed "iPod companions." [...] one such product -- the iPod Boombox"
According to the Guardian Apple is working on something called 'QuickTime 2 RSS,' which will allow someone (in this case a teacher) to record a lecture and then have it automatically encoded for playback on a video enabled iPod and seeded to an RSS feed,
a guy that so badly wants to run Windows XP natively on his new Intel-based Mac that he's started a contest to pay the first person who can offer a working way to dual-boot both Mac OS X and WinXP on an Intel Mac.
no one seems to have noticed that iTunes 6.02 enables video-sharing to your local network. Whether it's intended for an upcoming home media appliance or not I don't know, but it brings videos up to par with music.
"If you’re upgrading to an Intel-based iMac from a [...] G5 bought a few months ago, all of your non-Universal software will run at half speed. If you’re upgrading from a 2 ore 3-year-old iMac, the difference may be much less noticeable."
"some buyers put off Mac purchases last quarter in anticipation of new Intel-based Macs--though that slowdown was masked somewhat by strong iPod sales." Vedere anche http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/01/19/apple_q1_2006/