Apple by the numbers: 84m iPads, 400m iOS devices

Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off today's event by tossing out a lot of milestones. Below are some of the key numbers, and you can also check out CNET's full coverage.

Apple's still impressive tablet market share.
(Credit: James Martin/CNET)

Apple's key numbers:

  • Mountain Lion upgrades: 7 million since release

  • MacBook together with MacBook Air: number one in market share for the last three months

  • iPad Sales: Cook noted that 17 million were sold from April to June, with 84 million sold through June; he said that iPads are used within 94 per cent of Fortune 500 companies

  • Worldwide tablet market share: 68 per cent for April through June

  • iPad apps: 250,000 downloaded

  • iOS devices: 400 million sold through June.

Here are some details on the iPhone 5, offered by marketing chief Phil Schiller:

  • Thinnest iPhone yet: 7.6mm thick, 18 per cent thinner than the iPhone 4

  • 20 per cent lighter than the 4S: Schiller said that the iPhone 5 weighs 112 grams

  • Bigger screen: 4 inches, and it offers 44 per cent more colour saturation than the iPhone 4S, with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Widescreen videos look far better, according to Schiller

  • New chip, A6: it's about twice as fast the A5; it's twice as fast for graphics

  • Improved camera: the camera has an 8-megapixel sensor, 3264x2448 resolution with backside illumination, a hybrid IR filter, a five-element lens and f2.4 aperture

  • Better battery life: eight hours of 3G talk time, 3G browsing; eight hours of LTE browsing; 10 hours for Wi-Fi browsing; 10 hours of video; 40 hours of music; and 225 hours while on standby.


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