Barely two years ago, I came across a site/forum that claimed that they were able run macOSX software on the PC. At first I wasn’t that interested, because I already knew that you can indeed run macOSx on a PC thru a software, but what caught my interest was the claim that they can run it natively on a PC and that it was giving the Macs a run for their money, even in terms of performance. Dubbed as the Hackintosh, the project boasts of an almost seamless integration of the Mac OS on the PC.
The idea of having both a Mac-based and Windows-based system in a single machine was too hard to resist.
Initially I thought that it was not-so-legal to perform such a project. But after countless hours of browsing the forums, I was quite shocked to learn that Apple in fact grants license (through a developers kit that can be bought from their site)to developers and enthusiasts , allowing them to legally install a copy of the Apple software in a PC.