February 10, 2005

PC Manufactures want OS X on their Systems

This should be no surprise to anybody but Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Computer, has said in a interview by Fortune Mag that the three biggest PC makers want him to make a version of Mac OS X that runs on their hardware because "they want to offer customers, many of whom are sick of the security problems that go with Windows and tired of waiting for Longhorn, an alternative." Of course, Apple can not do this because if they did they would lose the 30% profit margins they make on their Macs and people will have problems with the hardware they use that is not made by Apple giving Apple bad rap.


Anonymous said...

I think apple is targeting the mac mini at those same buyers. It is a sweet machine for the price


12:22 PM  

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