Jun
10
2013

The Numbers From Apple’s WWDC 2013 Keynote

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As usual with keynotes in recent years, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook walked on stage today and offered an overview of the company’s state of the business and other noteworthy statistics. These numbers, which Apple typically shares during the year in separate press releases or product announcements, are always interesting as they provide a complete picture of Apple’s sales, installed base, and more.

  • 24th WWDC, longest developer conference with attendees from 60 countries
  • 6 million registered developers, 1.5 million since WWDC 2012
  • WWDC 2013 was sold out in 71 seconds
  • Over 1 million people per day visited Apple retail stores last year
  • 407 stores around the world in 14 countries
  • There are 900,000 apps on the App Store
  • There are 375,000 iPad apps
  • 575 million accounts on the Store
  • $10 billion paid to developers, $5 billion paid in the last year alone
  • 72 million installed Macs
  • 28 million Mountain Lion copies since announcement, best release yet
  • 35% of users adopted Mountain Lion it in first six months
  • 1.8 million iBooks available on the Store
  • 300 million iCloud accounts
  • 35 billion redownloads of iTunes content
  • Game Center has over 240 million users
  • 800 billion iMessages have been sent to date
  • 7.4 trillion push notifications sent to date
  • Over 600 million iOS devices sold

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