Reader McElroy is correct. Working from memory, I got the two reversed.
looper: I would have linked to an Apple announcement, but is was done very quietly, and there was nothing from Apple to link to. It just disappeared from the Apple store.
Blissmonkey: The TMO team did note the change from "i" to the "Apple" prefix. Part of it may be, in my opinion, Tim Cook putting his own stamp on the company. Also, I think the "i" prefix was wearing out its welcome. The "Apple" prefix is better branding and can continue forever without seeming cutesy. IMO.
Reader Weasner is correct. The photo I used was supplied by Vito Technology in the press kit. In the actual app, the constellation is labelled correctly, but the bear is still facing the wrong way.
ctopher: It's not just me. Virtual Machine apps like Parallels Desktop, VMware Fusion and even Virtual Box have been instrumental in luring millions of Windows customers over to Macs. Apple would, I surmise, have to think long and hard about giving up this feature for potential Switchers.
Mr. Lubin. You have some intriguing thoughts. What always interests me is the virtual machine side of things. Apple would gain the ability to run iOS apps on a Mac, but lose the ability to run every major OS, Windows and Linux (which are compiled for Intel) as a guest virtual machine. That's another consideration.
Lee: I think most people would agree that for the Mac user who needs to use Windows occasionally, WIndows 7 is the best bet.
Mr. O'Brien. Not sure what you meant. If you try to reload a page with a mangled URL, you'll get a 404 error.
Lee: if there is, I haven't found it.
furbies: Thanks! I fixed it.