Every time Apple holds a keynote event, the company shares a variety of numbers related to things like user counts for certain products, software performance improvements, and customer satisfaction. With the company announcing the future of key platforms like iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, there was unsurprisingly a lot of data mentioned at today’s WWDC event.
We’ve collected some of the most interesting numbers shared on-stage during the keynote and on Apple’s product pages:
iOS and iPad OS
Siri knows 20 times more facts than 3 years ago
Messages has seen a 40% increase in messages sent and a 2x increase in group messages
Memoji include over 20 new headwear and hairstyles
There are 3 new Memoji stickers: hug, fist bump, and blush
There are over 1 million apps designed for the iPad
There has been a 1000x GPU performance improvement from the first to most recent iPad Pro
There are over 20,000 Apple Watch apps
The Workout app has been renamed Fitness and has added 3 new exercises (Dance, Core, and Functional Strength
The Mac and macOS
Safari on the Mac is 50% faster than Chrome at loading frequently visited websites
The Mac Developer Transition Kit includes
an A12Z processor
The Mac transition to Apple Silicon will take 2 years
All The Rest
There are now 23 million developers
CarPlay is available in 97% of US cars and 80% of cars worldwide
Users have created 200 million Sign In with Apple accounts
Kayak says its users are 2 times more likely to sign up with Sign In with Apple
Apple has shipped 2 billion Apple-designed systems on a chip
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