In One Eye

Monday, June 16, 2003
 
This isn't supposed to be too much of a big deal.
Microsoft Corp. will no longer make new versions of its widely used Internet Explorer for Apple Computer Inc.'s Macintosh, the world' largest software company said on Monday.  

Apple ... is currently preparing to release its own browser for accessing Internet content called Safari ...

Microsoft said it would continue to develop its Office document, spreadsheet, presentation and productivity software for the Macintosh.

"We're committed as ever to the Mac platform," said Jessica Sommer, product manager for Microsoft's Macintosh Business Unit.
One assumes that this Safari browser will work only with OS X and above.