“Just 24 hours after launch, the newest revision of Apple’s desktop operating system is responsible for 5.5 percent of all North American web traffic originating from Macs, a new study says,” Shane Cole reports for AppleInsider.
“Online advertising network Chitika, who also tracked adoption of OS X Mountain Lion after its release last year, said that Mavericks adoption ‘significantly outpaces’ that of its feline sibling at the same point,” Cole reports. “Mountain Lion, released last summer, took four days to reach the 5.5 percent threshold, according to the company’s measurements.”
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