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That’s a good number of users running an unreleased operating system in just a short amount of time. Of course it’s coming soon.

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12 Responses to “Look how many Apple employees are reading 9to5Mac from iOS 7.0.3”

  1. It’s strange how the average visit duration for every city except San Jose is 00:00. Not even a second?


  2. PMZanetti says:

    Hopefully bringing much needed bug fixes. There is a lot that needs addressing.


  3. Feifan Zhou says:

    Surprised that Ithaca is up there…secret Apple testing facility?


  4. dude, how can you track user iOS version? something fishy going on here on 9to5mac server!!


  5. Does the bounce rate correlate with the duration? Are they attempting to access the site and getting bounced (filter, etc.)? Interesting…


    • pbranham says:

      If I remember right, Google Analytics defines a “bounce” as a site visit that does not involve any additional clicks through to a second page before leaving the site.


  6. hope they fix some of the battery problems in this update


  7. There’s a lot of bugs in 7.0.2. Hopefully they’ll fix this in this update.