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Discussion in 'macOS' started by benjags, Apr 5, 2006.
I just saw this...I don't quite know what this means. Does this mean that Apple will be selling their iLife suit to XP users? This means Apple really is banking on their OS, and not their iLife/Application base.
Unless that Dvork guy was right all along...
It's like what X11 is for Macs, but will run Mac OS windows within Windows without having to use skinned Windows APIs.
It will not run universal binaries on Windows as they are compiled for OS X. However, it will make life easier when compiling for Windows because they can use Cocoa API's.
This was published before Apple released Boot Camp. If you read the article, it toally contradicts what Apple is and will be doing.
This article is void, as is many things coming from that web site.
macosrumors makes stuff up, literally.