Poll: As OS X Mountain Lion adoption passes 10%, have you upgraded yet?

On July 25 of this year, Apple let its latest version of OS X – 10.8 Mountain Lion – out of its cage and into the Mac App Store. Apple has called it the “most successful [OS X] release ever,” and today, Chitika Insights released Mountain Lion’s current web share statistics – and they show us exactly how popular Mountain Lion truly is.

According to the stats, Mountain Lion currently holds 10% of all OS X web traffic – and that’s just in one month. In comparison, OS X 10.7 Lion took three months to get to 14% market share. If the current adoption rate holds steady, Mountain Lion is set to surpass Lion’s growth rate in a matter of just a few weeks.

However, that’s just 10% of Macs. There are still a lot of people who have yet to upgrade their Macs to Mountain Lion – and I want to know if any of you guys, our wonderful readers, still haven’t taken the plunge.

If you do participate in our survey, be sure to comment! Let’s get a Mountain Lion discussion going, and remember: in two days, every comment you leave on any post will enter you an unlimited amount of times in our Nexus 7 giveaway!


[AppleInsider]

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Calob Horton

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