Brief Answers to the Big (Pyra) Questions


daveshah

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In any case, 32-bit ARM and 64-bit ARM are quite substantially different, a lot more than just making the data path wider, that I don't know if they can really be called the same architecture.
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Wouldn't that be called Mace?
As far as I can tell, that is for classic Mac OS rather than OS X.
 

Phlyra

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I'm pretty sure all the new Apple stuff will all be ARM64, so even with a hypothetical ARM Wine-for-Mac or ARM Hackintosh - neither of which exist - it wouldn't work on a Pyra.
Would it not be possible to download iTunes for Windows within Wine?
 
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