“What are you, nuts?” Nick Lee writes for Tendigi Insights via Medium. “Pretty much. I was born in the nineties, and the first personal computer my family bought (a $3000 screamer with a 300 MHz Pentium II, 256 MB of RAM, and the optional Boston Acoustics speaker system) ran Windows 95.”
MacDailyNews Take: Poor bastage.
“But how?” Lee writes. “Long story short, it’s possible to patch certain files within a WatchKit app to load your own application code rather than Apple’s.”
Lee writes, “Due to the fact that it is emulated (not virtualized), it takes about an hour to boot.”
“With a 520 MHz processor, 512 MB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage, the Apple Watch packs a lot of computing horsepower into a very small package,” Lee writes via YouTube. “On paper, its processor alone is about twenty-five times faster than the average 386, and 512 MB was the size of a hard drive in the mid nineties, not memory.
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MacDailyNews Take: But why degrade an Apple Watch like that? Criminal.
Video of Macintosh System 7.5.5 running on Apple Watch – June 24, 2015