mathboy4life wrote:Will apple make a mac os for the raspberry pi? Are there any unix os for the raspberry pi?
This question is loaded... all gnu+linux systems (including Raspbian) are unix-like; although, remember that GNU is a recursive acronym which means GNU is NOT UNIX... but I digress.
mac OSX is based on FreeBSD which is technically not just unix-like, it gets to call itself UNIX. In any case, for practical purposes, there is not a shred of difference really, between FreeBSD and gnu+linux (nor mac OSX) from a functional level from the user's perspective... which is why most of us are willing to use the Apple appliance even though we are firm believers in free software. Even though Apple makes a 'walled garden', so to speak, and even though it is proprietary, the are not 'evil' about how they implement it, nor are they controlling about how I may use it... (see?)
Apple has open sourced their primary development platform (Swift) and made it available for gnu+linux systems at no charge. Beyond that; I can do anything I want with my iMac... fully programable... and fully customizable... the only thing I can't do with it (and I don't really want to ) is compile the kernel.
The Raspberry PI is for all intents and purposes a unix-like system, based on debian gnu+linux (if you're using Raspbian, of course).