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Apple's (Small) iPhone Event By The Numbers

The shortest Apple event ever (probably).

Posted on March 21, 2016, at 2:22 p.m. ET

It's almost Apple's 40th birthday (the company will enter middle age on April 1)

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There are over 1 billion Apple devices in use around the world. Tim Cook called this an "incredible milestone." (In September, Google said there are 1.4 billion active Android devices.)

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Apple uses a lot of alternative energy: 23 countries Apple's operations use 100% renewable energy, while all of its China stores and offices do. All of its data centers use 100% renewable energy, while 93% of its facilities worldwide do.


Apple's environmental chief Lisa Jackson

Apple said its Apple Watch is the best selling smartwatch and is the highest rated for customer satisfaction. It's also dropping the price $50 to $299.

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Tim Cook said that Apple TV has over 5,000 apps — including one that Cook said is very important to him: Seamless.

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80% of active Apple mobile devices are running the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 9, while only 2% of Android devices are running the latest version of Android.

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Apple sold over 30 million iPhones with 4 inch screens last year.

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The entry level price for the new iPhone SE is $399 — the lowest price of an iPhone ever (it will only get you the 16 gigabyte one, however).

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Apple wants to sell you an iPad Pro to replace your old PC: Apple VP Phil Schiller said that there are over 600 million PCs that are at least 5 years or older. He also said that Apple had sold over 200 million 9.7 inch iPads.


The new iPad Pro has a smaller screen: but can come with way more storage — some 256 gigabytes. It will set you back at least $899 however.

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