Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!
Ha ha ha ha......
That's not fair!
You are not born with the knowledge. As you know, the device was made for educational purposes, and a question answered is a fact learned. People should be able to do this without judgement or fear, thus enabling the learning process to go without hindrance!
Given the number of responses above that indicate that it is highly unlikely that you'd ever get an Apple operating system running on the Raspberry Pi, manic laughter is pretty fair comment. Its widely known that Apple DO NOT like people running their operating systems on hardware that they have not authorised, and that it is, in fact, impossible to GET a "legal" copy of OS X unless you own a suitable Apple computer to run it on.
None of the people here were born with the knowledge either, but there are other ways to find out answers rather than posing rather naive questions and complaining when someone gives a robust response. This isn't the only forum, there are lots around the internet. Try Google (a good place to ask basic questions btw) and read around. Its fun and you'll learn lots too!
I'm just a bouncer, splatterers do it with more force.....