Apple unveils iPhone, iPad, iCloud, iEverything stats at iPad Mini event

Apple is kicking off the iPad Mini event in San Jose, and CEO Tim Cook took the stage and unveiled some statistics about Apple’s last few weeks.

  • The iPhone sold 5 million units opening weekend, more than any opening weekend phones sold ever
  • Over 3 million iPods (iPod Touch and iPod Nano) sold since launch
  • 200 million devices have been upgraded to iOS 6, representing over 50% of all iOS devices sold to date (including incompatible ones)
  • 125 million documents have been uploaded to the iCloud
  • 300 billion iMessages have been sent since the service launched, with a send rate of 28,000 per second
  • 160 million Game Center accounts
  • 70 million photos shared in the Shared Photo Stream feature added to iOS 6
  • 700,000 iOS apps including 275,000 optimized for iPad (they’ve shared this stat before)
  • 35 billion apps have been downloaded to date
  • $6.5 billion paid out to developers
  • 1.5 million books available on the iBookstore, with 400 million books downloaded to date
  • Mac sales have been outperforming the PC industry for 6 consecutive years
  • Mac is the #1 desktop and #1 laptop in the U.S.
  • 100 million iPads sold to date. Apple crossed the threshold just a week ago
  • More iPads sold in June quarter than any PC maker sold in its entire lineup
  • iPads account for 91% of all tablet web traffic
There will certainly be more stats added as the event continues, and we’ll keep this post up to date for you.
  • I’m sure the iPad Mini event is cool and all, but the guy in the pic above just looks a little too excited.

    • Anthony Domanico

      LOL. We wanted to use this pic pretty bad. It was from the iPhone 5 launch. 🙂

  • the service launched, with a send rate of 28,000 per

  • Apple fans are waiting for this, ipad mini, since last year so i guess they’ll very excited to fall in line just to buy one. 

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