Apple VP says Mac OS X won’t run on other PCs

“The question of whether Intel support in the Mac OS X would allow it to run on machines manufactured by other PC makers has be a burning one in the minds of several Mac users ever since Apple announced plans to transition to Intel chips.

Answering questions for reporters following Steve Jobs’ keynote presentation at the World Wide Developers Conference on Monday, Apple vice president Phil Schiller said the company does not plan to let users run Mac OS X on other computer makers’ hardware.

“We will not allow running Mac OS X on anything other than an Apple Mac,” he said.

On the other hand, Schiller said Apple won’t intentionally stop users from trying to run Microsoft’s Windows operating system on the forthcoming Intel-based Macs, although there will be no official support from Apple on that front.” more…

[ Republished from AppleInsider ]

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