At the two week mark, OS X Snow Leopard—despite having few user recognisable features—has sold more than twice the number of copies that Leopard did, and four times the number of copies that Tiger did. That makes sense given the $39 price and Apple's higher percentage in the market these days. [NPD via Infinite Loop]
Apple OS X Snow Leopard Outsells Tiger And Leopard Combined
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