Apple by the numbers: 64 percent of iOS devices on iOS 7

The company shared the latest on iPad sales, its new mobile operating system, and more at Tuesday's event in San Francisco.

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The new iPads were the most anticipated Apple news of the day, but the Cupertino company also used its press event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in downtown San Francisco to rattle off a bevy of big numbers surrounding its business.

Here's the latest:

  • 170 million iPads sold.
  • 200 million iOS devices were running iOS 7 just five days after launch. Now, nearly two-thirds of devices, or 64 percent, are running iOS 7, CEO Tim Cook said.
  • One month after the release of iTunes Radio, there are 20 million users who have collectively listened to 1 billion songs.
  • There are 1 million total apps on the App Store and there have been 60 billion cumulative downloads. Developers have earned more than $13 billion to date.
  • There are 475,000 apps for iPad.

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