The CEO ofApple Tim Cook and other senior officials stepped onto the stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco (California) yesterday for the launch keynote of the WWDC 2014. It unveiled the next operating systems of the Cupertino company, namely iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
During this presentation, company management, senior engineers, vice presidents and other Apple members shared the latest key figures for the brand’s products. Here is what was discussed during the one hour keynote:
- 25 years since the first WWDC.
- 9 million of registered Apple developers, an increase of 47% compared to 2013.
- 12% growth in market share for Macs, 80 million Mac installed to date.
- 40 million copies of Mac OS X Mavericks installed, approximately 51% of all Apple computers.
- 10 major new features in OS X 10.10 Yosemite, such as Handoff, Continuity, and iCloud Drive.
- 800 million iOS devices sold, including 200 millions iPad and 500 million iPhone.
- 97% overall satisfaction for iOS 7.
- 130 million new Apple customers in the past 12 months.
- 89% of all iPhone and iPad users on the latest version of iOS 7.
- 1.2 million of applications available on the App Store and 300 million of visitors to the virtual store every week.
- 75 billion of downloaded applications.