There is some truth to the idea that Apple controls the hardware we use. If you're running Windows or Linux you can buy hardware from a slew of computer manufacturers, but if you want to run OS X, you have to use an Apple product--peace be unto the hackintoshers. On the other hand, no one needs a web site to reveal that fact.
I dont no but I do have an HP printer next to me , maybe I should look again ahh a Canon Camera , ahh Neo Office for transferring files to a PC , ahhhhh should I make a long list ? ?
I see where your coming from but thats really a half truth . Don't let the school IT dope ya
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