Originally posted by mattyjPS3 is a rubbish, over R&D'ed expensive piece of plastic garbage. £500 a pop? Jeeez!
True but if you could run OS X on it, I'm sure people would jump on it. H264 encoding would fly. Leopard is also supposed to have a more optimized kernel so it should run on a machine with fewer resources.
I don't know about Apple and Sony's relationship with them being competing hardware companies but I'd imagine it's better than Sony's relationship with Microsoft what with the whole Blu-Ray/HD-DVD support.
Plus if Apple could open the ITMS to more users then it would be a good move on their part.
It would make sense that the ad is just because of Shake. I'm guessing the disabled save in the trial version just means saving the project files - they could easily render a watermarked movie without saving the project.