you are in idiot because you didnt get the point
its simply like that: one says something about the mac and you are like ooh i have to protect the mac without even getting what its about
intel always did chips for PCs and in their commercial they are like
ooh our poor chips always had to do dull and stupid tasks like render the graphics of dull 3d computer games you cant run on the awesome mac anyways
our poor chips
now intel chips are finally build into macs and they are set FREE hooray
so they are pretty much saying all their chips did the past years was nothing but shit
so they are saying their chips were doing nothing but crap the whole time?"
"you are in idiot because you didnt get the point"
It was always apple who said no Intel chips, not Intel, they have been trying for years to get their processors into Macs. Apple just always went the Motorola route in the past.
Intel has been set free, now their processors run Macs, something AMD can't say; which means a much larger market portion.
What you said in the first line made you sound like a stupid fanboy, biased against Macs. I can't say that I really use macs (Except for the G4 or G3 video work station, which I used to use at school), but they are built VERY well, and now that they can run WinXP (officially or unofficially, apple hasn't really said yet) their usability for most of the public just skyrocketed.
Whoa, for your sakes I really hope you never see an advert that tries to sell something. Y'know "Buy our clothes they'll make you look good" or "We make the best conservatories ever". We might get more of these anti-advert rants then.
What about PC adverts (ie Dell) that includes a fast talking Londoner mentioning the word "Safety and reliability" for a PC that comes with a free months trial of Norton? Shall we have a go at them too? What about Burger King "Wake up with the King" ad campaign? Do I really wake up with a king in my bed?
No because you don't seem to understand the point of adverts in that they bend the truth, they say silly things, they do whatever they bloody want to do (within reason, sometimes) to sell a bloody product or get a point across.
ps. Shab; Apple said they don't mind if you dual boot into Windows though people are saying that they cant install it yet. they've probably put a bit of protection in so Microsoft don't get in a hissy fit but Apple have given the idea a thumbs up. This is where the hackers come in.
Actually it has to do with the fact that the new Macs have no Bios, they use Apple's own system. If apple releases a work around for this, then it's official; if not, some hackers will get around to doing it, and it will be unofficial.
I seriously doubt Microsoft has any problems with Apple having windows on their systems. I'm sure they'd love it actually.
"While we'll have to wait till someone actually tries it to get absolute confirmation, news coming from Intel in Australia, reported here by Dan Warne in the Australian Personal Computer magazine, is that the new Intel-based Macs may be able to load and boot Windows XP after all. Several of the early stories after the announcement of the MacBook Pro and the Intel-based iMac assumed that Windows XP would not boot on Intel Macs, since XP doesn't support EFI (replacing BIOS in the new Macs), and Apple's statement that they wouldn't prevent the use of XP on Apple hardware didn't really give people much assurance either way. This statement from Intel implies that there is really no issue."