i’m curious about that as well… i’d probably guess they’re bootcamping rhino for windows at this point… they do a lot of in house prototyping (machines are in/adjacent to the design studio) so it’s likely there is some windows based workflow going on.
that said, Ive let 60minutes do a little tour of the studio a couple of years ago and we catch a glimpse of (i think) the mac version of Alias being used on the apple watch.
(screenshot – not a video)
idk, i suppose one of these mcneel peeps might know if apple has any rhino for mac licenses.
tim cook was at the mac pro factory a year or so ago and we see this on the production line:
iMacs running some sort of windows software…
so yeah, i think they use a combination of MacOS and Windows (and probably some custom stuff)… the computers are always macs though (assuming we’re talking about scenarios where a personal computer is used… a lot of their servers , Siri & iCloud for example, are set up with HP amongst other big data type computers.)