Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 26th Apr 2010 10:01 UTC
Mac OS X Over the weekend, a rumour spread like wildfire through Apple and Mac circles which stated that starting with Mac OS X 10.7, Apple would introduce the App Store model to the Mac, allowing only Apple-approved applications to run. It became apparent to me right away that this was a load of nonsense, and for once, I was right: Steve Jobs has personally dismissed the rumour.
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hats off :0
by kvarbanov on Mon 26th Apr 2010 14:21 UTC
kvarbanov
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2008-06-16

I gotta admit - Apple are good in PR and marketing balloons - every second news of every tech site is about Apple's product. I'm getting a bit annoyed eventually, however, especially with the tailored story about Gizmodo and the lost iPhone, this was hilariously funny. Did anyone actually believed ?

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RE: hats off :0
by Bill Shooter of Bul on Mon 26th Apr 2010 14:42 in reply to "hats off :0"
Bill Shooter of Bul Member since:
2006-07-14

Pfft! No, of course no one believed it. Everybody knows that there is no company named apple. Its just a secret division of Microsoft that does all of the things that Microsoft legally can't do any more.

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