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Posted: 11 December 2009

10 OS lessons Apple could learn from Microsoft
ITWeb - 11 Dec 2009
"Now that Apple's battle with Psystar is coming to a close, an important realisation has emerged: Apple believes that its operating system, Mac OS X, is the foundation of its intellectual property..."
http://www.itweb.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=28862:10-os-lessons-apple-could-learn-from-microsoft&catid=107:enterprise&Itemid=65

MindBullet logo APPLE OPENS UP ITS OPERATING SYSTEMS AS iPHONE DOMINATES
Step-change thinking moves Apple to an old/new business paradigm
Dateline: 23 October 2012
Apple has not previously been known to favor opening up its software to other hardware platforms. This control obsession has seen it lose out to Microsoft in the personal computer market as the IBM PC platform created a massive plug-compatible industry in the 1990s. It has often been said that if Apple had opened up its Mac operating system to other hardware manufacturers, that Apple would ...
 
 
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