Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Safari for Windows

Ok, so we know it's about development for the iPhone, broader compatibility of web apps, and tighter integration between mobile and desktop, but this is just crazy:
According to Neil Ticktin, CEO of Xplain, the Westlake Village, Calif., publisher of MacTech, a Mac developer journal, "In order for iPhone customers to have the quality of experience that Apple wants, [Safari] has to have enough market share. It's not about bringing the Apple experience to Windows customers. Jobs said [Apple] wants a bigger browser share—it's not like they're going to get revenue from it." (emphasis added)

Now the last time I looked, my copy of Safari had a search field that leads to Google.. KERCHING!

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