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Apple only used ARMs in their Newton PDAs and definately not in their top performance machines in the late '90s. PowerPC has been their processor since the mid '90s.

Definition of embedded I'll leave to others...

 is a RISC OS UserGulli on 22/10/04 11:47AM
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