Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 12th Jan 2007 19:03 UTC
Apple A few days ago, Adam explained on his blog why it would make sense for Apple to port Safari to Windows: "Maybe it's making a leap of faith, and yes, the browser market is one where making a noticeable entrance will be challenging, but the less of a jump into the deep end buying a Mac is, the easier it is to make your Apple brand accessble, available, and not scary. The best way to start? Safari on Windows." Yesterday, Mary Jo Foley dug up from deep within Mozilla's Wiki the following prediction by the Mozilla Foundation: "Apple may have Safari on Windows with likely ties to iTunes and .Mac." This line has now been changed into a more general statement ("WebKit may be ported to Windows" - which already happened) but point remains: does it make sense for Apple to port Safari to Windows?
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by postmodern on Fri 12th Jan 2007 23:14 UTC
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2006-01-27

Apple should not do anything... since we are not all employees of Apple and therefor do not explicitly have a say in Apple's business strategy. Although, as consumers we do have an implicit power over what business decisions are made by Apple. Support other software projects and vote with your pocket book.

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