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Apple Logo Identifies Universal Binary Apps

Apple Logo Identifies Universal Binary Apps

by , 8:30 AM EST, January 19th, 2006

Apple is making it easier to identify which applications are Universal Binary by introducing a new logo that developers can add to their programs. A Universal Binary application has been compiled so that it runs natively on both PowerPC-based and Intel-based Macs. The logo can be used on product packaging, advertising, Web sites, and marketing materials. Developers that are interested in using the Universal logo can get the licensing agreement from Apple's Web site.


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