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WWDC 2013 Keynote: Tim Cook’s Opening Remarks by the Numbers

WWDC 2013 Keynote: Tim Cook’s Opening Remarks by the Numbers

Tim Cook took the stage at the 2013 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference keynote today, and led off with some amazing numbers.

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This is the 24th WWDC, which Tim says is the longest-running developers conference that Apple is aware of.

Two-thirds of all attendees are first timers. 100 sessions, 120 hands-on labs, 1000 Apple engineers.

Apple has six million registered developers, 1.5 million since WWDC 2012.

Apple retail stores now welcome over 1 million users in their 407 stores in 14 countries.

The App Store has seen over 50 billion apps downloaded.

There are 900,000 apps in the App Store, 90% of which are downloaded each month.

There are 575 million accounts. They have more accounts with credit cards attached than any store on the internet.

Apple has paid developers $10 billion, $5 billion in the last year.

The Mac has an installed base of 72 million users. Sales of the Mac are up 100% over the last 5 years, while the PC is up just 18%.

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