Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that the firm’s App Store has passed 100 billion app downloads in the seven years since it was first announced.
He also said that the company has paid out USD 30 billion to developers since it launched, reports The Verge.
Craig Federighi also announced that over 55 percent of Mac users are running OSX 10.10 Yosemite, compared to 7 percent adoption of Windows 8.1. Surely we’ll find out at next year’s WWDC the just-announced OS X El Capitan fares in adoption compared to Windows 10.
The last big milestone Apple announced was that it had shipped over 1 billion iOS devices to customers as of November 2014 on its quarterly earnings call.