The Guardian explains why Apple is more relevant than ever

“For those who care about which is the best operating system, it’s not Windows. It’s Unix. Apple’s latest operating system, OS X, has the face of the Mac and the mind of a Unix system. Unix is the platform of choice for serious applications: the ones that power most large websites and the internet in general, as well as large company programs. And so the Mac-toting Unix geek has arrived. These are developers who have eschewed their Linux-powered Intel laptops for Apple’s portables running Mac OS X. Silicon Valley journalist Jon Udell reckons that the Mac may be “mainstreaming”: bursting out of its traditional enclaves, the creative industry, into other areas such as the vital developer community and into companies and homes,” writes Azeem Azhar for The Guardian. Read on here.

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