The Numbers From Apple’s WWDC 2014 Keynote

Apple CEO Tim Cook walked on stage today and kicked off the company's 25th Worldwide Developers Conference with his usual opening remarks and "state of the business" facts and numbers. From the number of attendees to iOS devices sold and OS X stats, these numbers are interesting as they're typically shared throughout the year in dedicated events or press releases; at WWDC, Apple can provide a mid-year overview before switching gears to talk about iOS or OS X.

We've compiled the most important numbers from Apple's WWDC 2014 keynote below.

  • Milestone year for WWDC: 25th anniversary of the conference. It started in 1990 with 1300 developers
  • Over 1000 Apple engineers available at WWDC
  • Attendees from 69 countries; 70% of them are first-time attendees
  • Youngest developer in the audience is 13 years-old
  • Over 9 million registered developers, up 47% from last year
  • Mac installed base has now reached 80 million
  • 40 million copies of OS X Mavericks have been installed, most successful release in OS X history
  • 51% of Mac installed base in on Mavericks, fastest adoption ever for Apple
  • 800 million iOS devices have been sold to date
  • iPod touch has passed 100 million units sold
  • iPad has passed 200 million units sold
  • iPhone has passed 500 million units sold
  • 130 million customers bought an iOS device in the past 12 months for the first time
  • iOS 7 has reached 89% share of the iOS installed base
  • 98% of the Fortune 500 companies use iOS
  • 1.2 million apps are available on the App Store
  • 300 million people visit the App Store every week
  • 75 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store
  • The latest version of Xcode has been downloaded over 14 million times
  • Touch ID is being used by over 83% of iPhone 5s customers
  • There are 4000 new developer APIs in the new iOS 8 SDK

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