– This week at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference, Alias announced that the company would be bringing Maya Unlimited to Mac OS X by late summer. Bob Bennett, general manager, product management at Alias, told MacMinute that this was a “customer-driven” release that would offer feature parity (and then some) with the versions of Maya Unlimited on other platforms. “The Maya Unlimited release is due to overwhelming feedback from the Mac community,” he says. “It’s a request we’ve been getting for some time now. Demand for our products have been gradually increasing since we released Maya Complete for the Mac in 2001. Also, our sales figures show that 29 percent of our customers in North America are using Mac OS X. That’s compared to about 20 percent globally.”