Originally Posted by Jetrii
Even if someone cracked OS X for the PS3, it will not work well at all. The cell processor's PPE performs worse than a single core 1.6GHz G5. Why? To lower costs, IBM disabled out of order execuction. And seeing as how OS X wouldn't even touch the SPEs, you are left with a fairly weak machine. To top it off, 200 mb of ram? I say 200 because from what I've seen, that is how much is available to other OS, not 256 (I may be wrong.)
Simply put, the PS3 can't handle it.
You are missing the point.
What if Sony and Apple collaborated to make this possible?
Sony has that great hardware, but they don't have iTunes and they don't have an extremely popular music and video store.
Apple has that great software and an extremely popular music and video store, but doesn't have any video game hardware or living room appliance, Trojan thingamabob.
Apple wants to re-enter the video game industry.
Steve Jobs likes to throw wrenches in Bill's way.
Microsoft supports HD-DVD. Apple supports Blu-ray.
There could be a symbiotic relationship between Sony and Apple.