Monday, November 19, 2007

Leopard outsells Vista in China

In such a large market such as China, change like this not something to balk at. During the month of October, sales of operating systems in China were a bit different than they usually are. With Apple's Leopard earning 60% of the market and Vista only holding 30%. This may sound more astonishing than it in actuality. When you consider the fact that Leopard was just released compared to Vista being released months ago, the new product hype must have played a large part. Another factor is price. In China the price of Vista is a mind blowing $274, while Leopard will cost you a reasonable $130.
Despite all of the evidence there is one fact you cannot ignore. Apple is growing at a very fast pace in one of the largest growth markets around, and if you knew what was good for you would go buy it.



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