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Jason Calacanis: Apple’s gonna make their OS free, or at least a free light version of the OS. Make the OS free, convert 2-10% of the desktops out there to Mac and make it back on value added services like iTunes, software, and .Mac storage/email. I […]

Jason Calacanis: Apple’s gonna make their OS free, or at least a free light version of the OS. Make the OS free, convert 2-10% of the desktops out there to Mac and make it back on value added services like iTunes, software, and .Mac storage/email. I don’t think that is going to happen, but then we never thought Apple+Intel together as well! Jason might be misreading today’s announcement as ability to run OS-X on non-Apple x86 hardware. It is exactly the opposite. x86 inside Apple hardware running OS-X is the new business model for Apple.

  1. [...] h. Jason: Apple’s gonna make their OS free, or at least a free light version of the OS. Om: Jason might be misreading today’s announcement as ability to run OS-X on non-Apple x86 ha [...]

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  2. [...] h. Jason: Apple’s gonna make their OS free, or at least a free light version of the OS. Om: Jason might be misreading today’s announcement as ability to run OS-X on non-Apple x86 ha [...]

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  3. [...] h. Jason: Apple’s gonna make their OS free, or at least a free light version of the OS. Om: Jason might be misreading today’s announcement as ability to run OS-X on non-Apple x86 ha [...]

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  4. Apple liberará el OS X?

    Calacanis comentaba hoy, tras el anuncio de Apple de su salto a los procesadores Intel, que aquella pensaba liberar su sistema operativo, o al menos una versión ligera ("light") del OS X, lo que revalorizaría servicios como iTu…

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  5. Bzzt. Wrong. To quote Steve Jobs from the 2005 WWDC Keynote:

    “The soul of a Mac is its operating system”

    Souls don’t come for free. Especially actively developed ones.

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