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July 12, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Meanwhile PC Week hears that Apple Computer Inc plans to deliver a dozen new Macs this year – all of them 68040-based, including the low-end Classic, some of which will be faster than the PowerPC-based Mac; and MacWeek hears that Apple is sticking to the commitment it made last May to buy 1m PowerPC chips, and that a preproduction working PowerPC Mac prototypes now exist, and that Apple is slowly approaching its goal of matching the performance of a 25MHz 68040 in emulation mode; the machines are said to appear to the average user to be just another highish end Mac.

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