I think the Transitive technology can go both ways but I don't expect there to be Rosetta for PPC OS X. Basically anyone that produces software for Intel Macs should just create universal binaries.
the newest apple on http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/its great
I don't think you should be upset about it. You bought an excellent machine with a lot of horsepower. In addition, you don't have to worry at all about reliability. Who is to say that we are not entering a period of "debugging" the MacIntel machines for the coming months. They will inevitably put the Intel chip in the PowerMac (or what ever they plan to call it). If you decide you don't want the Quad G5, can I have it? :-)Good Day!
I'll take it.
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