Apple ‘Loop You In’ Event: By the Numbers by Rachel King @FortuneMagazine March 21, 2016, 2:11 PM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons It’s not all just shiny new iPhones and iPads. Apple also loves to use its media blitzes to drop staggering stats and figures meant to leave a lasting impression. But between new Apple Store locations popping up around the globe to the millions of MacBook Air laptops sold each quarter, those numbers can become overwhelming. Get Data Sheet, Fortune’s daily technology newsletter. Here’s a quick rundown of what CEO Tim Cook and company touted at Monday’s event, highlighting some of Apple’s recent developments and successes. 9.3: The latest iteration of iOS, rolling out today for users for free. 9.7: The size of the new addition to the iPad Pro family. 24: Number of hours it took ResearchKit to empower the largest Parkinson’s study in history. 40: Apple’s age upon its birthday on April 1. (No joke.) 65: Approximate number of minutes of the entire live stream, making for possibly one of the shortest Apple keynotes in recent memory. 80: Percentage of active iOS devices running iOS 9, which Apple brass boasted in comparison to just two percent running Android’s latest iteration, Marshmallow, on its current device base. 93: Percentage of Apple’s facilities around the world running run on renewable energy 110: Number of markets worldwide where the iPhone SE will be available by the end of May. $299: The new base price for Apple Watch as $50 was knocked off the sticker cost. $399: The price for Apple’s newest iPhone and return to the 4-inch frame, the iPhone SE. $899: The price for the staggeringly big, new 256GB iPad Pro model. (Also available in smaller quantities with 32GB for $599 and 128GB $749.) 2017: The year when Apple’s futuristic, “spaceship-like” campus opens in Cupertino. Cook promised many more events will be hosted at the new location, speculating today’s event will be the last in the current theater, which is where famous milestone products have debuted, such as the iPod. 1 million: Number of apps in Apple’s App Store designed specifically for the iPad. 30 million (Actually “more than” this): Number of 4-inch iPhones sold last year alone. (Cook noted the form factor is the majority of what new customers in China use.) 200 million: Estimate of how many 9.7-inch iPads have been sold thus far. 1 billion (Again, “more than” this): Number of Apple devices in use worldwide.