The Apple iPad Mini wasn’t the only thing announced at today’s event. The Mac product line received a couple of updates, including a new MacBook Pro 13 inch and a redesigned, and much thinner, Apple iMac.
We will go a bit more into those in subsequent articles, however, today we will start everything off with our new tradition of the iPad Mini event in numbers. Below are the statistical findings that always seem to be announced at each event, all of course outlining Apple’s growth and improvements since the last event.
Apple iOS and iBooks
200 Million… Devices running Apple iOS 6.
125 Million… documents available in the iCloud.
28000… Apple iMessages sent per second; 300 Billion so far.
160 Million… Apple Game Center players.
70 Million… Photos in Apple Photo Stream.
700,000… iOS Apps for Apple iPhone.
275,000… iOS Apps for Apple iPad (unique for iPad only)
$6,500,000,000… Revenue to developers in the Apple App Store.
1.5 Million… Books downloaded in iBooks Store (out of the 400 books available).
Apple Devices and Computers
5 Million… Apple iPhone 5 devices sold in the first week.
94%… of Fortune 500 companies making use of the Apple iPad.
10 hours… of battery life now available on the iPad Mini.
80%… thinner Apple iMac edge than the previous model.
$329… is how much you’ll have to pay to get your hands on the cheapest iPad Mini edition.
.68 Pounds… is the weight of the iPad Mini.
11/02/2012… The date in which you can get your hands on the new Apple iMac.
.75 inches… thinner Mac than the previous Macbook Pro.
4,096,000… pixels on the new Apple MacBook Pro.