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taugust04_ai said:Nvidia's statement is that Apple controls who can/is making drivers for Mojave. Is that really the case? I'm pretty sure any hardware developer can develop drivers for the Mac, get them signed with a developer certificate, and then package them up into an installer if Apple doesn't want to include them in the operating system. Has something changed with Mojave that isn't being explained here or in the first article?
mike54 said:Will this get the iOS 13 update?
Eric_WVGG said:I could have sworn there was all some point in the mid-late 2000's where nVidia did a very reckless leak of an unreleased Apple laptop featuring a new nVidia chip, but googling "apple leak [anything]" reveals too much stuff to dig through… anyway if my memory is correct, that's just about the dumbest move an Apple components supplier could make and certainly explains a lot.
MplsP said:Yeah... kind of awkward to have a cheat in charge of rule compliance.
Glad Apple did the right thing by giving him the boot.
curtis hannah said:entropys said:The extortion of the price of RAM and SSD upgrades because Apple has designed these machines to make it too difficult for the average punter to do is depressing.