Launch of the first 68030-based offering from Apple Computer Inc is thought to be imminent, although as the company said there would be no new machines this (financial) year, October sounds more likely than the September 19 date some are going for. Apple will be pitching the full 32-bit Macintosh IIX at the workstation market running its A/UX implementation of Unix System V.2, and it is said to come with 4Mb of memory as standard for some $7,000. It is not clear whether it will also be offered with the firm’s proprietary Mac-OS operating system.
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