Generally reports about server logs picking up next-generation hardware and software are pure BS, because it is extremely easy to fake a user-agent. Today a report comes from 9to5mac however, that is somewhat interesting.
Apparently 9to5mac received page views from a Mac OS X 10.9 machine with a Geo-IP located both on Apple’s corporate network and in the Bay area.
Over the last month, we received page views from Mac OS 10.9 machines geo-IP located both on Apple’s corporate network and in the Bay area. There are at least four different IP addresses that these hits are coming from, and the screen resolution on at least two of them is consistent with the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro’s display.
Other websites have also reported seeing machines running OS X 10.9, so it is hard to believe it is just a coincidence. Mind you, I realize the news isn’t really mind boggling, but it does indicate that Apple is beginning to test OS X 10.9 more thoroughly.