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Published on Oct 31, 2007
Apple's new operating system was launched on Oct 26, and in its first weekend, the company says it sold two million copies. A lot of people are now asking if they should ditch their PC for a new Mac. So is Leopard really better than Vista, and how?
Digital Journal -- Apple's newest operating system, Mac OS X Leopard, boasts 300 new features, a sleek design and a price point that seems almost too good to be true ($129).
Apple has earned quite a bit of media attention around the launch of the OS, thanks in part to strong brand recognition on the heels of strong iPod and computer sales.
And with Leopard, we're seeing a market where consumers who would traditionally not care about Mac, actually consider crossing over to the side with the big cat.
And why not? With a price point that is aggressive and approachable compared to Windows Vista, more features than you can shake an iPod at, and incredible function and ease of use, Leopard is becoming the new king of the jungle.
In this episode of Digital Journal TV, we break down the top features of Leopard and give you our top five reasons why Apple's newest OS is better than Windows Vista.