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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RE: Apple could avoid all this
by tyrione on Tue 10th Feb 2009 02:37 UTC in reply to "Apple could avoid all this"
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Apple is testing the waters. They could lock their OS down and only run on certified Apple hardware or they could offer that sweet spot headless mid-tower everyone has been crying about and subsequently castrate the clone vendors.

If they are serious with the second option the Mac mini will be larger and include a dedicated GPU and be at least as tall as the Shuttle system case.

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penguin7009 Member since:

To be quite honest when I had a problem with my Psystar Mac I never even thought once about calling Apple Support. I purchased my computer from Psystar and they were the only ones I even thought of calling for support. Since they took good care of my problem there was no need to call anyone else.

Quite honestly as far as Mac X goes there is really no need to call Apple. It just works and works great!


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weildish Member since:

Now that you mention that, it's just like with Windows. When people have trouble with their machines bought from Dell, HP, etcetera, they don't call Microsoft (well, perhaps some do, but in the cases I've witnessed, and I've witnessed many), they contact the OEM. People buying from Psystar won't call Apple, they'll call Psystar, just as you did. Makes sense.

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