big numbers

An impressive collection of stats about the state of Apple products recently delivered

  • There are currently 380 Apple Stores.
  • Today, they are in 12 countries. When a new Apple Store opens in Sweden on Friday, they will be in 13.
  • Apple’s retail stores collectively had some 83 million visitors last quarter.
  • That’s nearly 1 million people per day.
  • 7 million Mac users have upgraded to Mountain Lion so far, making it the fasting selling Mac OS of all time.
  • The MacBook Air and MacBook Pro together have become the No. 1 notebook in the U.S. in the last three months, with 27 percent market share.
  • The Mac has experienced 15 percent year-over-year growth.
  • That growth has outpaced that of the PC for six consecutive years.
  • Apple sold 17 million iPads between April and June. That’s more iPads than any PC manufacturer sold of their entire PC line.
  • And it sold 84 million iPads through June.
  • The iPad had a 62 percent share of the tablet market a year ago.
  • Today it has a 68 percent share.
  • The iPad is responsible for 91 percent of the Web traffic from tablets.
  • 94 percent of the Fortune 500 are testing or deploying the iPad.
  • There are 700,000 apps in the iTunes App Store.
  • 250,000 of them are iPad-specific.
  • 90 percent of the apps in the App Store are downloaded every month.
  • The average customer has about 100 of them.
  • By the end of June 2012, Apple had sold 400 million iOS devices.
  • There are 200 million customers using iTunes in the cloud.
  • There are 435 million iTunes accounts (with associated credit card numbers).
  • There are iTunes Stores available in 63 countries.
  • Together they have served up 15 billion media downloads.
  • Apple has sold 350 million iPods to date.
  • And it has sold 600 million of pairs of the earbuds which it replaced today with its new EarPod headphones.

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