Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 11th Aug 2005 17:36 UTC, submitted by kenny
Apple One of the big unknowns of the Apple Switch that not many people are talking about right now is Rosetta, the translation software that Intel-based Macs will use to run legacy PPC binaries. Prior to the release of the first Intel-based Mac it's difficult to assess just what kind of performance Rosetta will yield on the majority of legacy OS X software. Will most legacy PPC apps be usable? Mostly usable? Barely usable?
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by vondur on Thu 11th Aug 2005 17:51 UTC
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Didn't Asa (mac firefox guy) say that the PowerPc version of Firefox run faster on the apple development box (Intel) than on a native dual 2.5 Ghz G5? I found that rather amusing. Amusing excpet for that fact I have a dual 1.8 that will be smoked by the Intel Macs....

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