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Apple had a 98 per cent market share

Victory down under
Mon Dec 14 2009, 12:50

THERE IS GREAT NEWS for Apple in that it had briefly sewn up the computer market on one continent.

According to Stat Counter Apple's OSX was the operating system of choice for 98 per cent of the population of Antarctica in the middle of this year.

Windows users might laugh, but it is clear that those penguins are not all Linux users as many had thought. We also notice that the use of OSX dropped in the later part of the year. We guess the Apple fanboys on the continenent must have all gone home.

An INQUIRER photographer snapped this picture that shows the stark individuality of Apple users in the Antarctic thinking different. µ

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