Deborah Conrad, vice-president and director of Intelis internal Apple team, said Thursday that Apple has changed the way her company looks at its industry, commenting: "Thatis really whatis interesting about Apple, is they look at our technology in a very Apple way." She made the statement to CNET editors and reporters who had gathered at Intelis Santa Clara headquarters on Thursday.
When asked about Intel chips appearing inside an iPod, Ms. Conrad replied: "I donit think youire going to see anything soon." And when someone brought up the recent success installing Windows XP on an Intel Mac, she commented: "I thought it was pretty funny. I actually thought it took a lot longer than people expected."
Thanks to Macworld UK for the heads-up.