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Macintosh, sometimes informally called Mac, is a line of personal computers manufacturing by corporation Apple. They work under the operating systems Mac OS, family Windows NT, A / UX, NeXTSTEP, GNU / Linux, and Rhapsody. It got its name from apples «Malus 'McIntosh'».
The first Mac was released on January 24, 1984. Popular opinion that it was the first personal computer that used a graphical user interface instead of the standard at the time command line interface, although there were earlier analogues, such as Xerox Star. Shortly thereafter, the company has stopped the development and production of a family of Apple III, which proved to be uncompetitive.
Currently, Macintosh computers are represented by the following product lines: the entry-level laptops MacBook, top-level laptops MacBook Pro, ultraportable MacBook Air, compact desktop Mac mini, one-piece desktop computers with integrated display iMac, workstations top-level Mac Pro. Within each line produced several different configurations. Initially, the family united Macintosh platform by processor-based Motorola (68000, 68020), later replaced by a more powerful processors IBM PowerPC (used in computer models PowerMac), and then the processors Intel.
Recent desktop PCs and servers based on the PowerPC are equipped with 64-bit processors G5, and laptops - 32-bit G4. Because of the large heat dissipation and power consumption processor G5, with which IBM has not managed to cope, and they were not used in laptops. This issue, as well as the inability of IBM to release processors with higher clock frequency, Apple was forced to start looking for a new supplier of processors. This supplier has been found, and in 2006, Apple began the transition to the processors Intel. Running existing applications for the PowerPC platform to new computers came in emulation technology with Rosetta. By the end of 2006, the entire line of computers has been translated into the new processors. Architecture while Intel Supported operating systems Mac OS X 10.4 only in 32-bit mode.
By 2010, all produced models were equipped with 64-bit processors, the Intel Core 2 Duo and Xeon, the previous version of Mac OS X 10.5 supports both 64-bit and 32-bit mode on Intel and PowerPC. Beginning with version 10.6, Mac OS X only works on the platform Intel, although support applications compiled for PowerPC, in emulation mode is abandoned. Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard is fully 64-bit, as most applications.
Most modern applications for Mac OS X platform are compatible with all Intel and PowerPC, supported operating systems, but some applications support only a platform of Intel, as in a few cases (for example, IBM DB2) - 64-bit platform Intel.
Recently, Apple has admitted the use of Microsoft Windows, the utility releasing Boot Camp, which allows you to install this OS (starting with Windows XP SP2) for Macs, and the utility included in the basic Mac OS. There are also Linux distributions for the platform Macintosh.
The current lineup of Macintosh computers is represented by several models: