Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th Feb 2009 20:55 UTC, submitted by poundsmack
Legal The legal case between Apple and Psystar has just taken another, very small turn. Psystar gained a small victory over Apple today, because U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup allowed Psystar to modify its counter-suit against Apple, after he had dismissed the original counter-suit. However, something more interesting came out of this ruling: the judge hinted at what would happen if Psystar were to win.
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Apple could avoid all this
by theCyberHawk on Tue 10th Feb 2009 01:46 UTC
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2008-08-13

I think by creating a special version of Mac OS X, say a cut-edition, or something, that would legally install on the average PC, hence instantly gaining at least 30% of OS market. And more advance versions aka "business"/"ultimate" that would legally install only on Mac HW.
They were simply afraid to enter the PC market and face Micros$$oft. That's all.

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