By The Numbers

iPhone 5s prices around the world: Cheapest in the US, most expensive in Jordan

Not all iPhones are created equal, especially when it comes to unsubsidized pricing. Ever wondered how much that iPhone would cost you if you lived in a different country? Now you can see how your country stacks up, thanks to a tool from Mobile Unlocked that shows iPhone prices and how they correlate to GDP in each country.

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iCloud by the numbers: 300 million accounts, 800 billion iMessages, and 7.4 trillion push notifications served

Apple just released some interesting stats in regard to iCloud today at WWDC 2013. Since iCloud launched, there are over 300 million registered accounts that have served up more than 800 billion iMessages, and more.

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App Store brought in 3.5 times more revenue than Google Play in 2012

App Annie, a service that tracks revenue and growth for both the App Store and Google Play, has released their January 2013 index. Both marketplaces are doing very well and while Google Play saw more growth than the App Store, the App Store still managed to bring in over 3 times more than Google Play.

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iPad mini event - by the numbers

As usual, Apple kicked off today's event with lots of impressive numbers. We're still waiting to hear about the iPad mini, but here's what Apple's been willing to brag about so far.

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iPhone 5 rumored to be keeping to fall release schedule for 2012

Japanese news site Macotakara reports from sources close to Apple that they plan on sticking to a September or October release cycle for the next-generation iPhone, just as they did with the iPhone 4S, and will stick to this release window for all future iPhone models going forward.

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Apple Q1 2012 by the numbers

Apple held their Q1 2012 conference call today and, as usual, announced a ton of numbers pertaining to revenue, profit, sales, and more.

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iPad App Store passes three billion app downloads

ABI Research has a new study showing the iPad App Store has hit three billion downloads since it debuted in 2010.

The iPhone took as long as two years before being able to achieve this level of downloads, while the iPad made it within nearly a year and a half.

This represents roughly 19 percent of all iOS App Store downloads combined, which is a significant slice of the pie in terms of Apple's mobile ecosystem.

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iPhone activations see huge spike on Christmas day, significant increase in App Store downloads

Apple's iOS device activation numbers saw a huge spike of around 353 percent on Christmas Day. In addition, app sales jumped up a full 252 percent after millions of people opened their new iPhone 4S, iPad 2 and iPod touch and headed straight for the App Store.

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Apple Q4 2011 by the numbers

Apple held their Q4 2011 conference call today and announced many numbers pertaining to revenue, profit, sales, and more.

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Apple announces 15 billion App Store downloads

Apple today announced some huge numbers for the iTunes App Store, including 15 billion downloads, 425,000 apps (and games), 100,000 native iPad apps, available in 90 countries, for the more than 200 million iOS devices sold to date.

“In just three years, the revolutionary App Store has grown to become the most exciting and successful software marketplace the world has ever seen,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “Thank you to all of our amazing developers who have filled it with over 425,000 of the coolest apps and to our over 200 million iOS users for surpassing 15 billion downloads.”

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