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June 6: Steve Jobs Last Keynote, Apple Switches to Intel MP3

  June 6, 2011 Steve Jobs gave his last keynote for Apple 2005 - Steve Jobs spoke in front of the masses at the WWDC announcing that Apple will switch their processors from PowerPC to Intel. He then showed off the Mac OS X running on aPentium 4 CPU. The reasoning was that PowerPC chips took too much power to run and also ran hotter than an Intel chip. 2011 – It was also a sad day, as Apple CEO Steve Jobs ga... Source: dayintechhistory.com

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