Don't hold your breath. Steve Jobs killed Mac-clones a long time ago, and I doubt he will allow it ever again as long as he is in charge. Besides, IBM already supplies the G5 processors for the Mac, so technically, they're already selling Macs.<br><br>
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The market share is too small to license the OS. Since most of the profits from the Macintosh come from the sale of the computer itself, Apple will never license it. <br><br>The time to have done that was any time from about 1984 to about 1990. Once MS made Windows "good enough" for the general public and the PC market became commoditized, it was too late.<br><br>
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