The debate is still on whether these are real or fake but it has some pretty interesting concepts in it regardless, specifically the shot of IE7 running under the Mac OS interface, natively. My question is, is this techically feasable? We all know of virtual machines like VMware and Parallels which can run a guest oprtaing system independently of the native one inside its own seperate application. What this screenshot shows is a Classic style setup, where native Windows apps are somehow "tunnled" through OS X and interact like a regular app, albeit with a slightly different interface. Could this actually be done with Windows? Classic (I assume) worked because the systems were similar enough, Windows and OS X are pretty different. Someone posted a link to a description of an Intel patent which is called Method, apparatus and system for transparent unification of virtual machines. which seems to describe this setup pretty well. That and Apple themselves filed their own patent for tamoer-resistant code which mentions running two operating systems side by side. It looks like somehting is going on but it looks like we'll have to wait until at least WWDC to figure it out but that doesn't mean we can't speculate. This is Macrumors after all. So here's the question, with current technology (virtualisation, etc) is it possible to run Windows through OS X a la Classic? Or is it more likely we're going to see more of a VMware/Parallels setup in which they're more seperate?