And how did we shift from computers to architecture? Besides that my father-in-law was an architect?
We’re talking about CPU architecture here, and Apple has a bit of a history:
Over the last 36 years, the Apple Macintosh has had three different CPU architectures, and it’s poised to potentially migrate to a fourth. As rumors about a switch to ARM swirl, let’s take a brief look at the history of CPU architectures on the Mac.
In Deja Vu: A Brief History of Every Mac CPU Architecture, Benj Edwards gets into the past, present, & and future thereof.
Thanks, How-To Geek! We did need to know.
Graphic from the article