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That is so true. If anyone remembers Mac's before x86; there was almost no software on Mac. With x86 it was much easier for companies to port their software to MacOS on the same architecture.Meh apple wants to fall into obscurity again that is their choice. Alot of PC programs got ported because apple ran on x86 and made the job easier, now your going to get a bunch of mobile ports that are feature limited, sure Adobe and a few others will support it with full featured programs but it will be the powerpc wasteland again for apple owners.
Now they are moving to a much weaker architecture which is also not straight compile compatible with x86... companies have worked for years to port software to ARM. There is a reason that ARM versions of software are much weaker than their x86 counterparts.