Safari for Windows

Sometimes it takes me a while to put two and two together, I can even have a hard time putting one and one together but that is another story.

Safari on Windows did not make much sense to me until sometime in the last week. It is really just (the start of) a development toolkit for the iPhone, getting all these web developers who don’t use Macs for their development a platform to test their web sites to make sure they worked with the iPhone (which also runs Safari.)

In some ways, the confirmation of this is seeing that Digg has a version for the iPhone now.

Another thought just struck me, if you take the iPhone, make it six to eight times larger, replace the operating sytem with a full version of Mac OS X, keep the iPhone keyboard, add a hard drive, you get a tablet Mac. (Steve J. if you need a product manager for this tablet Mac just call me.)


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