By numbers – iPhone 4 launch

It wouldn’t be an Apple launch without a bit of boasting. Here are the numbers Steve Jobs wanted to shout about this time round:5,200 – attendees at W

It wouldn’t be an Apple launch without a bit of boasting. Here are the numbers Steve Jobs wanted to shout about this time round:

5,200 – attendees at WWDC 2010

57 – number of countries they come from

8 – days it took to sell out

3 – seconds between each iPad sale

19 – countries the iPad will be available in by July

8,500 – native apps for iPad

35 million – total apps downloaded for iPad (17 per tablet)

22 – percentage of ebook market share held by iBooks

15,000 – apps submitted to the App Store each week

30 – number of different languages they are submitted in during a tough week

95 – percentage of apps approved within seven days

1 billion – amount in (US$) paid to app developers to date

3 – times more market share iPhone has over Android (source: Neilsen)

58.2 – iPhone’s percentage of mobile browser usage market share

78 – percentage of the 9.7in iPad’s pixels you could fit on iPhone 4’s 3.5in screen

100 million – number of devices capable of running iOS 4 that will have been sold later this month

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