Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 2635 from 2003/2/24
Are you being serious? Well I for one doubt that the pre-announcement of MorphOS had any effect whatsoever on the second hand Mac Mini market. The Mac Mini G4's were built in volumes *a lot* higher than a few hundred units after all, it's not like the Pegasos, A1 or Sam. If you experience trouble of getting a hold of a G4 mac on the second hand market, it's more likely because they are already being stuffed away on attics, trashed, etc instead of being put out for sale.
"Where will MorphOS go next? Will the MorphOS development team produce its own butterfly-shaped range of supercomputers?".
It's still a valid question, and it needs to be answered. The PPC is dead in the sense that there is no interesting future there. Sooner or later MorphOS will have to jump ship (or at least fork) to another architecture. The question is whether it will be ARM or x86 (or both).
MorphOS is Amiga done right!
MorphOS NG will be AROS done right!