Apple criticizes Microsoft settlement proposal


Mac Central: Apple criticizes Microsoft settlement proposal
«Today Apple responded to the Microsoft proposal with a legal brief and critical comments from CEO Steve Jobs. Jobs noted that around half of the computers in education today are Apple computers, and he said that his company is the second largest supplier overall and the largest supplier of portable computers to the educational market. „Given this, we’re baffled that a settlement imposed against Microsoft for breaking the law should allow, even encourage, them to unfairly make inroads into education — one of the few markets left where they don’t have monopoly power,“ said Jobs.»