Yes, it is possible. Also, it's not that a MAC is more secure from viruses. A virus doesn't necessarily care what OS you're running, it cares about what is needed. Many viruses are targeted towards Microsoft because it's a huge company(in terms of OS market,) and the platform is run on IBM, which is the oldest kernel. Apple does everything on UNIX based kernels. Still old, but you'd need to be knowledgeable in terminals in order to break that baby.
Watch out for what you download off the App store, and don't surf nasty sites on it.
@redalert, intelligence has nothing to do with getting viruses. I've had viruses and I'm probably smarter than you. -.- Some people are just unlucky.
It shouldnt at all, devices that run Mac OS are invulnerable to almost all viruses. there are only a handful that are recognized because for a virus to 'work' on a Mac or iPod you would need to pack it onto the hard drive and then un-pack it using installer. Its a lot more work than is needed to get a virus so that's why people who get a virus on one are either really incompetent or did it on purpose.
Haha thanks, and don't worry, I'm not going to and haven't surfed 'nasty sites' haha. But thanks for your info :D
Yes. If you put the wrong app(s) on it, it can happen. Watch what you download.
Okay, thanks for the help :D