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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by iW00t, Dec 24, 2006.
This really got me thinking...
Did you post this just to post that image, or are you really curious? lol, of course he uses a Mac, what else and why would he use anything else?
he probably does ... he most likely have the next generation systems in his house too.
I think he has a DELL and runs a pirated OS X copy on it .
Hmm... maybe he can't stand displays with grain or banding?
Or maybe he just want to leave more of his billions for his kids
when he was in the hospital for his cancer he was always working from his 17" powerbook.
He adapted XGrid so he doesn't just use *a* Mac; he uses all of them! He's using yours right now! Why do you think he has that squirly grin?
If I remember correctly, when Steve was sick and at hospital he had a Powerbook 17" at his bedside.
no i think he uses an original IBM PC from 1981
Even better he sells out the computer farm to google!
That's why google returns results so quickly, you are using your own computer's juice to process your search results!
Of course he uses a Mac It might be an Intel Mac running Windows but it's still a Mac, right?
I'm assuming that photo was taken at a conference or whatever so that machine was set up for him. I'm sure he uses a mac at home and work.
That was taken in October 2003 - he was demoing iTunes for Windows at its release event.
To think about it...
Do you really think Bill Gates, richest man in the world, actually uses that poor excuse for an operating system Windows?
That is a photoshop image. Steve was behind a Cinema Display.
I wish I could see what he has in his office/house to test out. I bet he has all kinds of mac stuff years away.
Yeah he uses one of those G5 Powerbooks we've all been waiting for. *crosses fingers for next tuesday*
No I think he uses one of those mac tablet computers.
Put about $2000 worth of Flash memory in there and do away with the hard disk.
$2000 worth of flash memory is not a lot of storage...
This is a silly thread.
At Apple's purchase prices, it's probably on the order of the size of a notebook hard disk (80-100GB). Make it $20,000 if you want, but there are space considerations as well....
Does a bear **** in the woods?
I truly believe he is disgusted with Windows (and PCs running it). If you are CEO, you can pretty much control the computing environment at the company and make its network Mac compatible. The only reason I have Windows units are my work place uses Windows and my employer's IT only knows about Windows. If I am going to be employed by Apple, I am sure I don't need to own Windows PC (maybe using occasionally to check on what's up with MS).
Actually in his earlier days of his second coming at Apple, he used an IBM notebook...