Apple's iPhone, iPad event: By the numbers

Senior executives talked numbers and company updates at the March 21 event.
Written by Zack Whittaker, Contributor

Apple chief executive Tim Cook and other key staff took to the stage at its corporate headquarters in Cupertino, California to announce its next-generation product offerings.

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During the keynote, the company's management, lead engineers, vice-presidents and key personnel dished out a series of updates.

Here's what was said:

  • 1 billion Apple devices in active use around the world
  • 93 percent of Apple's worldwide facilities are run on renewable energy
  • 100 percent of Apple's datacenters run off solar, wind, and other clean energy
  • 99 percent of Apple's packaging uses recycled paper or from sustainable sources
  • Three new bands for the Apple Watch announced
  • 5,000 apps available for the new fourth-generation Apple TV
  • 30 million 4-inch iPhones sold in 2015
  • One new 4-inch smartphone unveiled during the event: iPhone SE
  • One new 9.7-inch tablet unveiled at the event: iPad Pro
  • 200 million 9.7-inch iPads sold during 2015
  • One million iPad apps available in the Apple App Store
  • 79 percent of all iPhones running iOS 9, the latest version of Apple's mobile software
  • 100 car manufacturers (and growing) now including CarPlay for iPhones
  • Third iterative version of iOS released during the event: iOS 9.3
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