Today’s tablets and smartphones have the same power founded in 90’s computers. Instead of having a separate box and monitor, it is being packaged into one device which make it easier to carry around. What if we run 90’s operating system into current tablet or smartphone? Hacking Jules have posted a video on YouTube which shows a running operating system which used to power the Macintosh Plus on OSX 7.5.5 and OSX 6.0.1 on iPad Air 2. The iPad is being installed with DOSPAD which run vMac emulator for MS-DOS. Although it is slow, it is nice to see older Macintosh operating system being able to run on a modern device. Maybe someone will try running other OSX on the new iPad Pro?
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