Macworld 2008: Apple boasts of Leopard success



Steve Jobs kicked off his keynote speech at Macworld today by shouting about Mac OS X Leopard, which has apparently shipped five million copies in its first three months on sale.

That makes it the most successful release of OS X ever, according to Jobs, with 20% of the OS X install base having already upgraded.

Apple is also keen to stress support from developers, particularly Microsoft, which has just started shipping Office 2008 for OS X. As an opener, it was positive, but everyone was keener to get to the slinky new hardware announcements…

Check out our Macworld 2008 Keynote Liveblog for the latest news

Stuart Dredge
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