“Apple’s Safari license says that users are permitted to install the browser on no more than “a single Apple-labeled computer at a time.” This means that if you install Safari for Windows on a Windows PC, you’re violating the license.” Funzies! (via Digg)
Safari EULA and Windows
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it leaves some room for interpretation imho.
If I have a windows machine on which I put a single apple label? (that would make it apple-labeled right…)
Or, if by mistake, my Apple has 2 Apple-labels would that violate this?
If I would get my windows mobile phone (wPhone for arguments sake) labeled by Apple (angry employees enough) that would make it alright to install safari?
The interesting world of flirting with language interpretation 🙂
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