Tuesday, 30 October 2007

Apple sells 2 million 'Leopards'

Appleinsider posted an article today, saying that Apple sold over 2 million copies of its new operating system, Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard, during the first weekend of it's launch.
Apple said Tuesday that it sold over two million copies of Mac OS X Leopard since its release on Friday, far outpacing the first-weekend sales of Mac OS X Tiger, which was previously the most successful OS release in the company's history.
In fact, it took six weeks to shift this many copies of Mac OSX 10.4 Tiger, after it's launch in 2005.

BBC News 24 Click's Rob Freeman takes a look at the upgrade to Apple's OS X operating system in this video.

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