Leopard proves fruitful for Apple

Apple’s new operating system (OS), Leopard, has sold over two million copies in its first weekend, according to the California-based computer em

Apple’s new operating system (OS), Leopard, has sold over two million copies in its first weekend, according to the California-based computer empire. “Leopard’s innovative features are getting great reviews and making more people than ever think about switching to the Mac,” beamed Apple CEO Steve Jobs.But Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak disagrees. “Learning an entirely new operating system is something no one wants to do,” said Wozniak, while chatting away to a mobile business website. “You get stuck on a platform, and you don't want to start learning a whole new computer system.”But then he said the computer we all run our OS on won’t matter soon and we’ll all just install what we want on anything we like.We’ll have a review soon, in the meantime check out Tom Dunmore’s hands-on. Apple’s Leopard OS is on sale now, priced £90.EssentialsApple Leopard OSPrice: £90On sale: NowContact: AppleRelated stories:News: Leopard on a PC, Vista on a Mac!News: Leopard ready to launchHands on: Mac’s new OS – Leopard