The Association of Digital Forensics, Security and Law (ADFSL)
Apple's hold on the personal computer marketplace started dwindling on August 12, 1981, the day that the IBM PC was introduced. As an Apple ][+ bigot myself, I refused to touch a PC for some years. But I was also a command line bigot, so when the first Macintosh was introduced in 1983 and hermetically sealed the operating system from users, I did not go out and buy one. In fact, like many of my era, I did eventually end up on the PC side which, ironically, let me do many of the things that my trusty Apple ][+ had in earlier times -- write code, play with the hardware, and, indeed, get to a command line. And, of course, tons of application developers flocked to the PC because of its open architecture.
Varsalone, J. (Tech. Ed.), Kubasiak, R.R., Morrissey, S., et al. (2009). Mac OS X, iPod, and iPhone Forensic Analysis DVD Toolkit. Burlington, MA: Syngress. 551 + xix pages, ISBN: 978-1-59749-297-3, US$59.95.
Kessler, Gary C.
"Book Review: Mac OS X, iPod, and iPhone Forensic Analysis DVD Toolkit,"
Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law: Vol. 3
, Article 4.
Available at: https://commons.erau.edu/jdfsl/vol3/iss4/4