What Could Be More Remarkable?

Discussion in 'Event Archives' started by St. Jernvall, Jan 9, 2007.

  1. macrumors newbie

    Jan 9, 2007
    I don't think it's a phone, when Apple is saying the 30 first years were just the beginning. In my opinion there is one thing that has been forgotten and that is Mac OS X for all PC's.
    Just think about it. They have the killer hardware themselves. There have been the rumor about AMD and Apple and one thing is sure. Apple has to talk to AMD to get it working with their chips.
    More of the digital Lifestyle devices, such as upgraded airport, the iTV project.
    But IF apple is going for voice communication, I think it could have something to do with WiFi and VOip. With GoogleTalk and FOn growing all over the world.....anything could happen....
  2. macrumors 6502a

    Dec 20, 2003
    OSX for all pc's is not something I think we'll see...

    one of the problems with pc's is the driver issue... sooo many hardware is made for pc's...

    o and remember the attack of the clones a few years ago... first thing Steve did when he got back: kill the clones...

    one of the strong things about apple is the fact that they build computers wich are designed for OSX, they choose the basic parts for the computer wich are best...

    I can see it happen now, some pcfriends who would install osx and complain it works like shot or those pc's... parts that have no driver... and so on... so I guess it won't happen...

    Apple moving to AMD would be a strange move since they just have the intels... but that is an option if intel doesn't deliver (see what happened with IBM... can't deliver what we want... byebye...)

    I guess we'll have to wait and see...

    the first 30y were just the beginning... maybe they move more to home entertainment and less to professional users? would be pity ;-) before the intel switch there were only iPod Keynotes... I was thinking apple was quitting the computermarket and become the iPod company...
  3. thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jan 9, 2007

    Based on the "the first 30 years ..." text, that could not be the point. Because they are clearly talking about continuing on the same track, just by greater standards. Or then Apple has done it's copy writing poorly? But that I could not see as a possibility.

    Setting MAC OS X free...with a message....that it works best on macs...would just be a great teaser for the masses.
  4. macrumors 6502


    Jul 12, 2006
    Perhaps it doesn't mean anything specific, it might be slightly misleading! Maybe it simply means... We plan on being around for another 30 years and continuing our innovation!? :)
  5. macrumors 6502a


    Dec 14, 2001
    Tiger Bay
    OS X on PC's?
    Not going to happen.
    Apple would end up as another dell.
    Jobs doesn't want that.

    I'm thinking Jobs will announce the Windows API is built into OS X.5 so PC applications can be run in OS X without any version of Windows installed.
  6. macrumors 6502a


    Jun 27, 2005
    there is no way apple would reliquish the grip they have on the software/hardware bond...they would be doing nothing but opening up themselves to 3rd party hardware issues and bugs, alas micro$oft.
    the reason apple are soo good at what they do is becasue of this bond, release that, and they are in deep **** and asking for problems they dont have now, due to the fact they have such tight integration at present

    while some of the pc world may integrate osx on the systems they sell, it will never become mainstream or popular enough to make a big difference while microsoft are still around....the average jow bloggs is not wise enough to change what they have, they are content with there own little world...

    and besides, its better that the good stuff is kept for the select few is it not?
    The last thing i want to see is Apple's market share explode......keep it tight, keep it simple, for our benefits...
    rant over:) my 2 pence
  7. macrumors regular

    Jun 7, 2003
    not sure
    ain't gonna happen - if you remember the '97 keynote, Jobs said apple's biggest market are creative/design professionals and education. This is still the case today, and these are the people that are the bread and butter of the macintosh. without them, apple fails.

    In order to be a viable computer company, you need at least some portion of the professional market. plus these people are the early adopters of apple products... I'm pretty sure Jobs doesn't want to alienate his core group of fanatics.

  8. macrumors 603


    Jun 10, 2006
    I hope to god what you say isn't true. (OSX on PC's, and AMD) That's it.
  9. Nym
    macrumors 6502a


    Oct 4, 2006
    Porto, Portugal
    I've heard someone say that a while ago, about the Windows API's being within Leopard!
    If that happens I will laugh forever :D although extremely unlikely...

    And if Jobs anounced at MWSF that OSX was also crossing to the PC world, that would be one quiet room :D That ackward silence that preludes the throwing of tomatoes on stage...
  10. macrumors 68020


    Jan 6, 2004
    Raleigh, NC
    Its been said many times, and I'll say it once more here:

    Apple is a computer company. Apple is NOT a software company. They make their profits off of hardware.

    OS X will never be available for PCs.
  11. macrumors 65816


    Oct 7, 2004
    Raleigh, NC
    Couldn't agree any more with you.
    There is absolutely no real financial or strategic gain for Apple to do a 180 on it's current and well working business plan.

    To go Intel and letting people load Winblows on Apple hardware makes sense, as that does not cut into hardware sales, if anything it helps move more cool looking hardware to all the M$ drones.

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