Apple’s Leopard Has Huge First Week
Apple’s generally well-received new operating system, codenamed Leopard, sold more than 2 million copies in its first four days on the market, B0B191961-D06D-4DDA-9458-89910C2D8274
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The story also stated that about 10 percent of those copies were sold as part of Mac computers that have come preloaded with the software since its release last Friday.
After months of delays, which the company attributed to its need to finish the iPhone in time for its release, the OS was released, under the official name of Mac OS 10.5, at a retail price of $129. It was praised by critics, including those of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal.