WWDC 2012 Ends : A Quick Walkthrough by the Numbers

Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC 2012) has finally ended and done with all of it’s sessions but in a grand way last weekend. With some awesome announcement on it’s first day like Retina macs, iOS 6, Mountain Lion, WWDC 2012 was surely a successful event and I’m pretty sure the world of technology, gadgets and creativity evolving in a much better way. Here I present you WWDC 2012 in numbers! Enjoy.

 

WWDC

  • 23: Number of WWDCs to date
  • 1:43: Time it took to sell out
  • 60: Number of countries with attendees present
  • 112: Number of sessions
  • 125: Number of labs
  • 1000+: Number of Apple engineers in attendance

Macs

  • 8: Number of GB new MacBook Air RAM can be configured for
  • 512: Number of GB new MacBook Air SSD can be configured for
  • 10: Number of times faster new USB 3 port is compared to USB 2.
  • 0.71: Thinness of new Retina MacBook Pro
  • 4.46: Weight of new Retina MacBook Pro
  • 2880: Number of pixels in the new Retina MacBook Pro’s width
  • 1800: Number of pixels in the new Retina MacBook Pro’s height
  • 220: Pixel density per inch of the new Retina MacBook Pro’s display
  • 5,184,000: Total pixels in the new Retina MacBook Pro’s display
  • 75%: Reduction of glare compared to previous glossy MacBook Air

iOS

  • 365 million: Number of iOS devices sold by March, 2012
  • 80%: Percentage of iOS customers running iOS 5
  • 7%: Percentage of Android customers running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
  • 84%: Percentage of top 100 social apps using Push Notifications
  • 7,000,000,000: Number of push notifications sent daily
  • 1,500,000,000,000: Number of push notifications sent to date
  • 140,000,000: Number of iMessage users
  • 1,000,000,000: Number of iMessages sent daily
  • 150,000,000,000: Number of iMessages sent to date
  • 3: Percentage growth in Twitter from iOS users
  • 10,000,000,000: Number of Tweets sent from iOS 5 to date
  • 47%: Percentage of photos on Twitter sent from iOS 5
  • 130,000,000: Number of Game Center accounts
  • 5,000,000,000: Number of Game Center scores posted per week
  • 67%: Percentage of top 100 games using Game Center
  • 75%: Percentage of iOS customers who are very satisfied
  • 50%-: Percentage of Android customers who are very satisfied
  • 6: Number of iOS versions to date
  • 15: Number of countries supported by Siri in iOS 6 (U.S. (English, Spanish), U.K., Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Canada (French, English), Spain, Mexico, Italy, Switzerland (Italian, German, French), Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China (Mandarin, Cantonese))
  • 100,000,000: Number of business listings ingested by Apple
  • 10: Number of new iOS 6 features highlighted by Apple (Siri, Facebook, Shared Photo Streams, Passbook, FaceTime, Phone, Mail, Safari, Accessibility, Maps.)
  • 200: Total number of new iOS 6 features
  • 6: Number of new features for China (Baidu, Sina Weibo, Tudou, Youku, Improved text input, Dictionary)

OS X

  • 8: Number of major releases (cats)
  • 66,000,000: Number of Mac users
  • 40%: Percentage of OS X users running OS X 10.7 Lion
  • 9: Number of months it took Lion to reach 40%
  • 27: Number of months it took Windows 7 to reach 50%
  • 200: Number of new features in Mountain Lion
  • 8: Number of new features in Mountain Lion highlighted by Apple (iCloud, Notification Center, Dictation, Share sheets, Safari, Power Nap, AirVideo, Game Center)
  • 125,000,000: Number of registered iCloud users
  • 11: Number of Mac apps automatically configured to work with iCloud (Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Reminders, FaceTime, iTunes, Game Center, Mac App Store, Notes, Safari, Messages)
  • 6: Number of new features for China (Baidu, Sina Weibo, Tudou, Youku, Improved text input, Dictionary)
  • 1700: Number of new APIs for developers
  • $19.99: Upgrade price for Mountain Lion (for Snow Leopard users and up)
  • ∞: Number of Macs (with the same Apple ID) you can update to Mountain Lion for a single $19.99 price.

App Store

  • 400,000,000: Number of credit card accounts on the App Store
  • 650,000: Number of apps on the App Store
  • 225,000: Number of iPad apps on the App Store (34% of total)
  • ~300: Number of competing tablet apps
  • 30,000,000,000: Numbers of apps downloaded from the App Store
  • $5,000,000,000: Amount of money paid by Apple to developers (Apple has kept $2.142,85713)
  • 120: Number of countries with App Stores
  • 32: Number of additional App Store being added in June (152 total)

That’s it from our WWDC 2012 coverage. We see you soon with the next thing from Apple in the upcoming days. Cheers and I hope you enjoyed every bit of it.

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