Sources: YouTube, Forbes
quote: And here's why we won't see ARM succeed on PCs or x86 succeed in phones anytime soon. you can't move what is deeply entrenched.
quote: However it was different, and it was at least comparable.
quote: And the beast is still an energy hog, pulling 23.7W at 333 MHz,
quote: Apple's PC market share lay decimated when Apple acquired NeXT just before Christmas back in December 1996. With NeXT came the return of Apple CEO and co-founder (who quit Apple in 1985 to found NeXT and serve as its CEO), Steve Jobs.
quote: Steve was adamant about blaming John Sculley for everything that had happened. He felt that John had betrayed him and he had little faith that Sculley or anyone else could manage Apple without him. He said that his role as chairman was completely ceremonial, and it left him with no actual responsibilities. In fact, Apple had already moved his office from Bandley 3 to Bandley 6, a small building across the street that was almost empty. The new office was so remote from day to day operations that it later was nicknamed "Siberia".
quote: boosting what was arguably a superior architecture
quote: But if reports are to be believed, the beginning of the end began nearly a decade and a half prior, when a Steve Jobs-less Apple began plotting to revamp its MacOS and jump ship to x86.
quote: With Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6), Apple officially gave PowerPC holdouts the boot from its latest shiny toys.
quote: it's hard to argue with the pure numbers -- Mr. Jobs forged the most valuable tech company on Earth (in terms of market capitalization and profit).