July 01, 2017

Now They Don't Even LET You Read it

With the change from wildcats to mountain ranges comes a new and clever way to ensure that there is no doubt as to whether the customer has actually signed off on whatever conditions Apple might have. 

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Of course after clicking agree I wanted to read the thing to see if I'd signed away a kidney, a portion of my liver, or was now changing careers to be a non-compensated pivoting blade propulsor operator on some Apple Exec's eco-friendly yacht.

This is H.S. Olympias, but the principle is the same. 

Alas: No trace of the agreement can be found. 

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 10:18 PM | Comments (1) | Add Comment
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1 It's there. You just have to select "About this Mac" from the Apple menu, switch to the Support tab, click on "Important Information...", and then select "Software License Agreement", and a PDF will pop up. Just look for the sign on the door that says "Beware of the Leopard".


Posted by: J Greely at Sun Jul 2 04:18:40 2017 (tgyIO)

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