Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 22nd Oct 2008 07:33 UTC
Legal Earlier this week we reported on the court case between Apple and PsyStar, stating they went into settlement negotiations. Details, however, were sparse. The law firm representing PsyStar has now replied to the matter, and there's good news for those of us who hope to see crazy EULA clauses tested in court.
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other ways around it
by bhuot on Wed 22nd Oct 2008 18:53 UTC
bhuot
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2008-09-18

I think Apple has thought through this scenario and there are other ways to prevent people from using OS X on non-Apple hardware, like only selling OS X with a new Mac, or they could start selling OS X without Apple hardware at $600-1,000 a piece. Or maybe they will just stop selling Macs and just sell iPhones and iPods.

Edited 2008-10-22 18:55 UTC

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