They've set up the board rules, so play by them
It is now perfectly ok, to add an apple-deinstaller as a bundle to your software, and make sure the bundled version is a second or two newer than the version without it, and then automatically upgrade the version without apple-remover to the one with. Afterall, this is what Apple does to poor sods installing quicktime (not bundled with iTrash or safari): They "upgrade" the customer to a version that replaces their applications with apple-trash (read: Changes file associations to a piece of crap software that is known to mess up your filesystem, AND automatically "convert" all sound/video-files that are incompatible with iPuke to a format incompatible with all other players on the market).
I disliked Apple after having had the misfortune of needing their lack-of-service system ("good old" dc-board plug. The hybrid between RCA and mini-jack. I wore out the plug in the machine end. Since the machine was out of warranty anyways, I didn't feel like paying the service-shop about as much as the machine costed to have them replace a board that costed less than 1/10th of that, so I tried buying the board to replace it myself. "No, sir, you can't replace that as it would void your warranty" "That warranty is no more, anyways" "You need to send it in for servicing, and since the machine is out of warranty that will cost..." "Didn't you just say that replacing it myself would void the warranty? This implicitly states that the machine still is under warranty. Quit using loopback statements", etc. In the end I replaced the Apple-thingy with a thinkpad, transferred my data, and set the apple-toy on fire. Literally.), back to the thing at hand: I disliked Apple after this run-in with their service dept. On my replacement for the Apple toy, I had the second misfortune of being disturbed while installing quicktime (I had to leave the house). When I got home, the quicktime had upgraded itself to quicktime+itunes (which I did not want), and the iTunes crapware had "sorted my media files". I spent an hour on the phone with Apple giving them the option between cleaning up their mess, or getting in touch with the police (unlawful computer trespass.) They threathened me with lawsuits if I didn't just let them continue. The police was a lot more empathic, and smilingly accepted my report. This is still under investigation. And this run-in was when I stopped disliking apple, and started loathing them on principle.
After that I've had a few run-ins with Apple iBrainwashed users, who for all intents and purposes should be compared to fanatic, religious, nutcases. Each and every run-in with Apples semi-militant drone-army has left me with the impression that Apple must add something to their equipment, that chemically removes any shred of logic from people being exposed to it. And each and every one of these run-ins has left me comparing Apple's Militia with the Spanish Inquisition, and considering the Inquisition pure amateurs.
So, over the years, my dislike for Apple has been replaced with the impression that anyone using _ANY_ of their products has shown sufficient lack of judgement to be eligible for storage in a facility to house the criminally insane. _ANY_ of their products.
I also consider that anybody trying to recruit MORE Apple-slaves should be shot. On sight.
Church of Jobs makes other religions seem like wannabes when it comes to excusing every wrong their church has ever done. Isn't there some laws regarding theology, requiring atleast a license? Has any of the Apple-crowd got such a license? If not, CAN WE PLEASE SHUT THEM DOWN?