Apple on Intel Release Reportedly Pirated, in the Wild...

But there's just one problem. No one actually has it. When Apple Computer announced last week that it would ship developers a version of Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger" for Intel-based development PCs, rumors of that release making its way into the wild began immediately. This week, intrepid users have shown videos and photos of the Intel-based Tiger release supposedly running on stock PCs, including a Dell laptop. However, to date, this supposed hack has yet to show up on any of the file-sharing networks. That doesn't mean it couldn't happen. It just means it hasn't happened yet.

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