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Doc Searls on Why Apple Will Not Do an Intel Port of OS X

Over on The Doc Searls Weblog, Doc explains why Apple will probably never port OS X to Intel. He believes that Apple is successfully executing a plan to expand its share of the consumer electronics / computing appliance business and that porting the OS to Intel would divert resources from that goal. Also, Apple now has a mutually profitable relationship with Microsoft, which it is not likely to jeopardize.

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