Tim Cook kicks off WWDC keynote with Apple stats

By , Jun 10, 2013

WWDC 2013 Tim Cook on stage

The moment we’ve all been waiting for is finally here. Tim Cook has just taken the stage at Apple’s 2013 WWDC keynote event, and we are just moments away from seeing what the future is going to look like for Apple and its platforms.

As usual, Cook has kicked things off by offering up a number of stats and other updates regarding Apple’s performance over the past year. And as usual, the numbers are pretty impressive. We’ve collected them for you after the fold…

  • 6 million iOS developers
  • WWDC sold out in 71 seconds
  • Last year, 1 million people visited Apple Stores each day
  • 900,000 apps in App Store, 375,000 are iPad specific
  • 50 billion app downloads from App Store
  • Apple has now paid developers $10 billion, more than all other platforms combined
  • 575 million iTunes accounts
  • 72 million Macs out there
  • Over 600 million iOS devices sold
  • iPhone has garnered 9 consecutive J.D. Power consumer satisfaction awards
  • Over 90% of iOS users are on iOS 6 or later
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  • jalen springfield

    Yyyyyyeeeeeeeeaaaaaaa!!!!!!!

  • Beck Hoefling

    my apple tv livestream is having trouble

  • Gorgonphone

    bah blah blah boring..

  • Gorgonphone

    oh look failed gimmicky cars on a boring track..lolo sad

  • Gorgonphone

    next

  • Matthew Cleveland

    Why am I still looking at Apple All Rights Reserved screen listening to Fun?

    • Gorgonphone

      you are not missing anything good at all..

  • charlie feathers

    OSX Mavericks multiple displays!

  • Taf Khan

    I think cheering for the new features on Mac OSX is abit Sad… Abit too geeky! Bring me iOS updates please… Err Quickly!

  • Taf Khan

    The Mac Pro is so kickin Ass.. . Even Bill Gates will order one.

  • Gorgonphone

    omg big fail.. apple is done..

  • Gorgonphone

    ios7 has failed

  • Gorgonphone

    ugly flay boring UI i knew it would happen

  • benz_85

    Ios 7 UI fail again, icons look like just another boring winterboard theme, looks very childish.