WWDC 2013: Just the Data

by Luke Wroblewski June 9, 2013

At the June 2013 Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared recent numbers on Apple's sales. Here's just the data from his presentation:

  • Over a million people per day visited Apple stores in 2012. (source)
  • There are 471 Apple stores worldwide. (source)
  • There are over 900,000 apps in the Apple App store. 375k apps have been designed for iPad.(source)
  • 50 billion apps downloaded in less than 5 years. (source)
  • There are 575 million credit card accounts on iTunes. (source)
  • Apple has paid developers over 10 billion dollars, the last 5 billion happened last year. That's three times more than all other platforms combined. (source)
  • The install base of the Mac is 72 million, twice what is was 5 years ago. Average annual growth rate for Mac is 15% versus 3% for PCs. (source)
  • 28 million copies of Mountain Lion have been sold. 35% of users are using Mountain Lion compared to 5% of users on Windows 8. (source)
  • The WebKit engine in Safari is used by over 1.5 billion devices. (source)
  • There are over 300m users of iCloud. (source)
  • Game Center has 240 million users. (source)
  • Apple has sent over 800 billion iMessages and 7.4 trillion push notifications. (source)
  • Over 600 million iOS devices have been sold to date. (source)
  • iPhone users use iPhone 50% more than Android users use their phone.
  • iOS is 2.5x higher than Android. (source)
  • iPad is 82% of tablet usage. (source)
  • Over 90% of iOS users are using the latest version of iOS. (source)
  • iOS 6 is the world's most popular mobile operating system. In second place is a version of Android released in 2010. (source)
  • 95% of cars sold today have integrated iOS functionality. (source)