Dell would be 'happy' to sell PCs running Mac OS X
Friday, June 17, 2005
PC manufacturer and Apple Computer competitor Dell, Inc. has stated that it is interested in shipping computers running Apple's Mac OS X. Michael Dell, founder and chairman of Dell Computers, made the comments while talking to David Kirkpatrick of Fortune magazine.
"If Apple decides to open the Mac OS to others, we would be happy to offer it to our customers," Dell wrote in an email to Kirkpatrick. Apple recently announced that it would begin using Intel x86 microprocessors in its computers next year, but has continued to deny reports that they will allow their OS to be run on non-Apple hardware.
- David Kirkpatrick. "Dell Says He’d Sell Apple’s Mac OS" — , June 16, 2005
- Tony Smith. "Dell 'happy' to ship Mac OS X-based PCs" — , June 16, 2005
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