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|11th August 2006, 23:45||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Mac Pro - The end of one era, the beginning of another
I thought I was getting a new Macintosh PC. Instead, the box said "Quad Xeon 64-bit workstation." It was then that it really hit me—the Big Switch was over and my once shiny Power Macintosh G5 was yesterday's news.
The introduction of the new, yet familiar-looking Mac Pro at the Worldwide Developers Conference (along with the updated Xserve) closed the book on the PowerPC's 12-year run in Apple's product lineup. And it all happened so fast. Just last year, Steve Jobs stood in front of the gathered masses and dropped the big bombshell.
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