Apple previously said that Mac OS X was immune to the virus, not now
We note with entertaining day. It turns out that so far, Apple said on its official website that the operating system Mac OS X “does not have the PC viruses,” saying that “A Mac is not susceptible to the thousands of viruses that plague Windows-based computers . This is due to the defenses built into Mac OS X that keep you safe. “ This text of the official feature page for the Mac at apple.com.
You, lively readers, do not need to tell them how bad it is to claim that she Apple, something I have also noticed in Cupertino to proceed to edit your text, changing it to one that says “D iseÃ±ado to be safe. The defenses built into OS X prevent downloading malicious software on your Mac without realizing it. “ Much more assertive and accurate to reality.
Seriously do not understand to say that Mac OS X does not suffer from Virus attacks is false, because it does , let alone that such absence is due to the great security features that Apple integrated into the platform, is just ridiculous. If Mac OS X does not have as many viruses as Windows, simply because hackers are not set in as objective because of its low market share.
Now, we know what is more ridiculous: that Apple has said that all along, or have changed now to save more embarrassment.
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