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Apple’s WWDC 2014 by the numbers

Steve Jobs loved nice round numbers, and the tradition continues. There was a bumper crop at Apple’s (AAPL) WWDC 2014. These are the ones that caught our eye:

$628.65 — Apple’s closing price, down $4.35 (0.69%) for the day.

75 billion — Apps downloaded

300 million — Visits to App Store every week

1.2 million — Apps in App Store

4,000 — New developer APIs (Application program interfaces) in iOS 8’s SDK (Software developer kit)

14 million — Downloads of latest version of X-Code

83% — iOS users setting passcodes, up from 49% before TouchID fingerprint recognition

Screen Shot 2014-06-02 at 11.21.16 AM1 terabyte — Maximum storage available for storing all your photos in the cloud

89% — Installed base running latest iOS

9% — Installed base of Android devices running latest Android version

97% — ChangeWave customer satisfaction with iOS 7

130 million — Customers in past 12 months who were buying their first Apple product

500 million — iPhones sold

200 million — iPads sold

100 million — iPod touches sold

800 million — iOS devices sold

$0.00 — Retail price of OS X Yosemite

Screen Shot 2014-06-02 at 10.31.56 AM6.5X — How much faster Safari is than Firefox at running typical website Javascript

51% — Macs using latest operating system

14% — Windows machines using latest operating system

40 million — Copies of Mavericks installed

12% Macs growth last year

80 million — Mac installed base

1,000 — Apple engineers in the house

25th — WWDC anniversary

10:00 — Start time, right on schedule. JP Mangalindan is live blogging for Fortune.com

$634.00 — Apple’s opening price Monday.

5 — Apple’s new spot on the Fortune 500, up from 6 last year.

5 — Satellite trucks, down from 11 in 2011, when the international media was on a Steve Jobs death watch

2,700 — Attendees in line Monday as of 7:30 a.m. Monday, two and a half hours early

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2 — Attendees who took their places in line Sunday at 3 pm Pacific, 19 hours before Monday’s 10 a.m. Pacific keynote

6,000 — Attendees, chosen this year by lottery

See also:
Five things to watch for at WWDC
WWDC: Rumor checklist
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