Mac OS X Ultimate

At WWDC in June, Steve Jobs made fun of Vista's pricing and said that there would only be one version of Leopard, at $129. But now we're finding out that only Mac OS X Server may be run virtualized. Since there are plenty of reasons to use virtualization other than for running servers, does this mean that Mac OS X Server is slowly turning into Mac OS X Ultimate?

One Response to “Mac OS X Ultimate”

  1. Ramone Says:

    It just shows what a bunch of hypocrites Apple are or always have been and how they have the media and fans so wrapped around their finger.

    Also show me the version of OSX Leopard for $129 I can install on my non-Mac oh thats right I have to buy a complete new PC just with the Mac skin applied to it to be one of the cool kids.