Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 17th Aug 2009 22:26 UTC
Legal The legal bickering between Apple and Psystar is almost getting uglier and grittier by the day. In a filing made last week, the Cupertino giant accused Psystar of destroying evidence, but today the clone maker has vigorously denied ever having done such a thing.
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prospectofdeath
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2006-03-20

There is nothing stopping Pystar from selling an EFI based computer, using EFI based firmware so that everything in it is compatible with an Apple Mac, selling it to the end user with either Windows, Linux or no operating system, then leaving it up to the end user to install Mac OS X when they get home. That would have been the simplist way to get around it.


This is the smartest comment I've read about the Pystar case on OSnews. The rest of you need to invest in a spell-checker and cut back on the coffee.

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