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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by Goona, Jun 11, 2009.
$75k? Is that it?
I'd like to know how they obtained credit from Apple, if this is true. I pity that poor fool who made that decision.
Now that's funny.
Im still waiting to see who has been backing them
Strange that there's been so little coverage recently of the case. 600 odd licenses - wonder how many PCs they actually made. A slow burner, but I'd imagine Apple wants to get to the bottom of the case. Article points to ComputerWorlds article here
From the article:
And we cannot forget that Psystar claimed that they had no receipts from Apple. If they bought a bunch of Leopard copies, why is this called debt? They were bought and paid for. Maybe its credit card debt, but no matter how you look at it, Apple would have been paid as they bought the Leo copies. How else could they have gotten Leopard.
This sounds more like either them buying some Macs or legal debt.
Oops - my mistake - WorldOfApple clarifies the $75,000 figure:
Such nuggets as
- Psystar claims over $3,011,682.80 in assets.
- Apple’s Motion for Relief from Stay is scheduled for hearing on June 17, 2009.