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Comment on "Implications of Adobe's Intel-Only Soundbooth"
by scott lewis — Nov 02
Pedantic note: The Mac was never 16-bit. The 68000 was a 32-bit chip with 24-bit addressing.

Te Apple II line went from 8-bit to 16-bit with the introduction of the IIgs, but that cannot be considered part of the Mac evolution since DOS, ProDOS and GS/OS did not have binary compatibility with the Mac.
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