Newsweek’s Steven Levy gets Steve Jobs and Microsoft’s Jim Allchin to piss all over each other’s operating system.
Says Jobs: “Microsoft has followed our taillights for a long time. Maybe [in the ’90s] we stopped innovating for a while, but now they’ve been copying OS X the same way they copied Mac.”
Allchin described Mac OS X 10.4 as “a peripheral to the iPod.”
★ Sunday, 24 April 2005