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NYT und Guardian über Mac OS X Panther

Es ist zwar nichts wirklich neues in beiden Artikeln zu lesen, dafür ist der Grundton aber äußerst positiv.
David Pogue in der New York Times (kostenlose Registrierung erforderlich):
"The reputation of the personal computer has taken a horrible hit this year. Viruses have made headlines week after week. Spam now exceeds 50 percent of all e-mail. Hackers and academics have uncovered one Windows security hole after another, turning Microsoft into a frantic little Dutch boy at the dike without enough fingers. If the computer industry were a celebrity, it would hire an image consultant.
Correction: The Windows computer industry would hire one. Macintosh fans, on the other hand, have watched the tribulations of the much larger Windows population with mixed feelings - sympathy, relief, even amusement - because their operating system, Mac OS X, is so far 100 percent virus-free. And because Mac OS X comes with less of its plumbing exposed to the Internet than Windows, hackers are a far more distant worry."

Und der Guardian:
"The release tomorrow of Panther - the new version of Apple's OS X operating system - is far more significant an upgrade than the change in version number from 10.2 to 10.3 would suggest.
The new system, which Online has been able to put through its paces, is the most mature version of OS X so far, and lies at the centre of efforts by the company's chief executive, Steve Jobs, to revitalise the company."

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