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Sculley: Apple should have used Intel chips

Apple should have adopted Intel processors when it had the chance, former Apple CEO John Sculley said Tuesday. “That’s probably one of the biggest mistakes I’ve ever made, not going to the Intel platform,” he said. “In the late-1980s, when Apple was using Motorola Inc. 68000 series chips and considering its next step, Intel co-founder Andy Grove tried to convince the company to migrate to Intel chips, Sculley told a standing-room-only crowd at the Silicon Valley 4.0 conference,” reports IDG. “An experienced team from Cupertino, California-based Apple studied the idea but turned it down.”

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