iPhone 3G – the keynote by numbers

We might have the iPhone 3G, but boy did it take us a while to prise the news out of Jobs. Don’t get us wrong, we love the app store, but talkin

We might have the iPhone 3G, but boy did it take us a while to prise the news out of Jobs. Don’t get us wrong, we love the app store, but talking about it for 90 minutes? Come on!

So, while we were keeping up with Tom Dunmore’s live blog and bringing you all that news, our resident statistician Mic Wright was crunching the numbers. Here’s what he found.

0 number of times Steve said ‘Boom’

1 the birthday celebrated by the iPhone

3 digs at rival products in the keynote

4 monkeys in Super Monkeyball

5 seconds time to download an email on 3G

6 iPhone 2.0 features that almost every other phone already had

10MB maximum over the air download size

11 July: iPhone 3G launches worldwide

$12.5m cost of the golf course eBay’s Ken Sun looked at during the keynote

20GB storage with mobileMe

22 countries iPhone 3G will launch in

36% faster than the N95 (or so Apple claims)

56% people told Apple they’d buy one if it were cheaper

70 countries that will get the iPhone 3G in the end

126 minutes Steve kept us waiting for the new Jesus phone

$199 new maximum price for 8GB iPhone worldwide

1000 number of Apple engineers at WWDC 2008

5200 developers crammed into WWDC 2008

250,000 number of SDK downloads worldwide

6,000,000 first generation iPhones sold

So, iPhone fanciers, be sure to commit these to memory and wheel them out down the pub. No one will find you a bore, honest.