The Operating System Fountain of Youth: iOS
Jean-Louis Gassée

“The iPhone was going to use a tiny ARM 412MHz processor with only 128Mb of memory.”

Both of these specs are quite comparable to Macs on which OS X 10.0 ran comfortably (and flash is faster than the hard disks were), so it was clear that the project was feasible.

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