Several recent studies have shown that Mac market share is creeping up, but a study released today shows that it has reached record levels.
According to several Mac users who got together and published a paper in the prestigious publication Mac Scientific Papers Magazine, the anecdotal evidence is overwhelming: more people than ever “can has Macs”.
“My anecdotal evidence clearly shows Mac market share is way higher than previously thought,” said paper co-author Josh Raney. “I just keep running into switchers.”
Just this morning, according to Raney, he met yet another “dude” who’s switching to the Mac.
Co-author Jeremy Dingess said “Everyone I know and hang out with uses Macs, so my anecdotal results show its market share to be 100%. Of course, some of that is just selection, so I’m willing to accept that in the real world, the results are somewhat different.”
Accordingly, Dingess and Raney estimated the Mac’s market share to be somewhere around 75%.
“I mean, it’s totally scientifically valid but, also, it just felt right, you know?”
In other statistical news, an experiment conducted today revealed that roughly 3% of Apple’s stock is owned by frightened little bunnies that sell and buy based on noises they hear coming from the tall, tall grass near farmer MacGregor’s vegetable garden.