The Mac Apple Wants You To Forget About!

The hackintosh scene has ramped up in the last few years but what you may not know is that Apple licensed out macOS to PC makers to create Macintosh clones…

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So, you’re working on your new Hackintosh build looking for help on how to install macOS on a PC by using Clover EFI and various other tools. Companies like Psystar that sold commercial Hackintosh computers got sued out of existence, but did you know that prior to Steve Jobs’ return to Apple in the 90s, Apple actually licensed out macOS to PC vendors? Pretty wild! They did so because Windows vs Mac was becoming a hot debate and Windows was catching up very quick. This video covers all that Apple history and more!

source by Snazzy Labs

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32 réflexions sur “The Mac Apple Wants You To Forget About!

  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    Yes, had a power PC in my classroom. We were burgled, and along with my beloved Power Mac 6400, it was stolen. The Power PC was found in the estuary but the 6400 was gone forever. :'(

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    I had a Power Computing Power Center 150 at work which I used for software development.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    I was in junior high, looking through Mac catalogues and thinking this was the only way I’d afford a new Mac.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    I remember my mom used to have a Mac computer without the Macintosh logo. So this was the computer

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    UMAX and PowerComputing were the only two cloners that actually got a Mac OS 8 license.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    One of the first graphics offices I worked at had a couple of clones alongside the other Macs. They were decent, just a bit nasty looking. Off the shelf PC cases and other parts… Apple’s stuff was more bespoke, easier to get into and upgrade. The 7600, 8600 and 9600 cases were wonderful to work on. And PPC604 processor daughter boards were the bomb… my first Mac ever was a 8500/120 – bumped that sucker to 200MHz in less than 5 mins with a quick card swap. Ah, the good old days… remember when you could upgrade processor daughter boards in the 500 series laptops?

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    Apple II dominated 8bit computer market? Now I was an Apple II user back then but as I remember it Commodore out sold Apple by a lot.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    I worked at Apple during this period. We did certify clones before they could ship. They were generally OK. I never owned one myself but tested on a lot of them.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    my parents had a PowerTower Pro in 97'. It was a great machine. They used it until 2000 when they purchased an iMac G3.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    Had a Cw Hollywood , Shaye computers, Apple did the dirty on that market, proved they couldnt handle hardware competition on the same software platform

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    The oafish time morally screw because unshielded iteratively sack beyond a bloody continent. ultra, merciful knot

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    That Apple video at the end is all the proof we need that the people who create technology are the people who should be kept the furthest from actually using it 🤣

    But this was really interesting! I knew about the clone programme and that Jobs canned it, but I didn't realise it had actually got going prior to his return!

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    It wasn't a crazy idea, they just did it too late. Macintosh's market share in '95 was about 9%, in 2021 its OS share is about the same.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    I used a few powercenters in work. They didn’t last long in our company as the os update killed them. Jobs always won in the end.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    @Snazzy Labs In my country there is a place called thieve store (thrift store basically) where till today hackintoshes are sold, like a pc running mac os big sur. mre things are also sold ike cracked software and stuff

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    Lol i have this exact same pacsun jacket, i found it on the ground of a parking garage around the time this video came out

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 6:13
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    This guy lays it on too thick which the vocal burn and inflection. He means it to be dynamic and interesting, but it's just phony. Just speak! Stop with the forced drama-stuttering.

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