So the big rumor floating around the net the last few days is whether Apple is planning on scrapping it's OS and replacing it with Windows. John C. Dvorak just posted an article on PC Magazines website suggesting just that.

The idea that Apple would ditch its own OS for Microsoft Windows came to me from Yakov Epstein, a professor of psychology at Rutgers University, who wrote to me convinced that the process had already begun. I was amused, but after mulling over various coincidences, I'm convinced he may be right. This would be the most phenomenal turnabout in the history of desktop computing.

Epstein made four observations. The first was that the Apple Switch ad campaign was over, and nobody switched. The second was that the iPod lost its FireWire connector because the PC world was the new target audience. Also, although the iPod was designed to get people to move to the Mac, this didn't happen. And, of course, that Apple had switched to the Intel microprocessor.

Personally, I'm not a Mac user so I could care less either way. But, I do know that the Mac users out there are fanatical about their OS.