Posted By Paul Kafasis on June 6th, 2005
Today, Apple announced that they’re moving to the x86 architecture. This is going to be a major change in some ways, but for end-users, it won’t mean much. To be sure, this will still be OS X, regardless of the hardware on which it’s running, and that’s really the point.
Nonetheless, we’ve already started receiving emails asking about our future plans. This doesn’t change anything as it relates to Rogue Amoeba or our products. To state it plainly: We plan to be on OS X for years to come, regardless of the hardware underneath it. You, our customers, will not be affected by the hardware transition. If you’re interested in further discussion, please see our Surprises Inside on Under The Microscope.