From an article at the Register about Tim Cook and Apple‘s interactions with the media, comes this fascinating tidbit:
Apple’s control isn’t merely felt on its own TV platform, but also how it handles product placement. Kit provided to studios always comes with strings attached, according to Rian Johnson, who directed Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Knives Out.
Fictional bad guys, can’t, for example, use iPhones and MacBooks. During the run of espionage thriller 24, it became immediately apparent who was the antagonist, based on their computer of choice. If they used Windows, they were suspect.
Now you know. If they’re using Windows, they are likely to be baddies!
Youi can read the whole article here.