Tim Beyers reports for The Motley Fool, “The iEmpire launched its latest rebellion with the release of Snow Leopard on Friday, the newest edition of Mac OS X, which: At $29, costs about what you’d pay for a fast-food dinner for a family of four; Frees up to 7 gigabytes space on your Mac by eliminating digital clutter; Offers built-in support for Microsoft’s Exchange network services, making Macs a whole lot more business-friendly.”
MacDailyNews Take: Anyone with even a cursory understanding of Apple, Microsoft, and Star Wars would never use the term “iEmpire” to describe Apple or their “latest rebellion.” For the sake of the value of continuing on, let’s pretend that Beyers has never seen Star Wars.
Beyers continues, “Technology buyers may finally be coming back. To get them to come back to the Mac, Apple needs an OS that does better business. Snow Leopard is that OS… The Mac is back, growling and hungry for market share.”
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