This person also fails to notice the problems with drivers and the insane cost Apple would have to put into it. They're focus is not in making 3rd rate computers but creating the best. To me, that would just be a step backward.There are 10 million Max OS X users, but zero viruses affecting users. Don't worry about the exact numbers, we'll use round numbers here just for argument's sake: if 5% of computer users use Mac OS X and 95% use Windows, wouldn't 5% of the viruses be for Mac OS X and 95% for Windows if popularity was the main reason for virus outbreaks? Instead, 0.00% of the viruses are for Mac OS X and 100% for Windows. Why? Some people still need to face facts: Mac OS X is simply more secure than Windows by design. Use little dabs of logic here and there, once and awhile, it usually helps clear away the FUD. In related news, umbrella maker Totes announced that with the recent increase in home building, there is an increased possibility of indoor rain.
Agreed. This is how they make things "Just Work". If they had to be compatible with 1,000s of different hardware setups at the same time, it would begin to handle like windows.It would be the end of apple imo. Having control over both software and hardware is apple's main advatnage over other software/hardware producers.