Tiger x86 Runs on Standard PC’s

MacDailyNews is reporting that the leaked copies of OS X Tiger for x86 will indeed run on standard PC hardware. This is not surprising, considering that this is a very early release, and Apple has no plans to make a profit off of this version. In the future, Apple will most likely control which computers Tiger can be installed on by using either Intel’s built-in on-chip DRM, or a separate, Macintosh specific chip. Many argue that it would be foolish for Apple to keep Tiger solely on Macs, pointing out that many PC users would be interested in switching if they would not have to buy new hardware.

Read the MacDailyNews report.


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