Macworld UK's latest ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulations) result has shown a 10 per cent increase in its readership, securing its place as the number one Mac magazine in the UK during the whole of 2007.

Macworld Editor Mark Hattersley said: "The Macworld team worked incredibly hard over the last year, but there's no doubting that the Mac market was also spectacularly buoyant during 2007. This is a really exciting time to be covering the Mac market, and a really good time to be a Mac owner. I'm extremely happy with the place we're at."

The Macworld website also entered the top 50 tech sites during 2007, by garnering an average of 1 million page impressions every month, with an average of 300,000 individual readers.

Macworld is the world's best-selling Mac magazine with half a million readers worldwide; the UK edition of Macworld, based in London, has the highest UK-based readership of any Mac magazine. More information on Macworld print's official figures can be found on the Audit Bureau of Circulations website. More information regarding Macworld online's official figures can be found at Hitwise.