Posted by: macintoshsisters | January 30, 2008

Introducing Macworld’s Total Leopard

When it comes time to release a new version of Mac OS X, Apple doesn’t trot out a tired old marketing campaign that suggests that what’s good about this upgrade is that it’s new. Apple realizes, quite rightly, that most users don’t buy upgrades just because Apple makes them available. Two and a half years ago, when Tiger was the new big cat on the scene, Apple touted its “200-plus new features.” Now with Leopard, the number has grown to 300-plus. And yes, you can visit a page on Apple’s web site that contains a list of all 300 of them.

FULL article at MacWorld

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