During Apple's WWDC keynote, Tim Cook has taken the stage to announce that the App Store has passed 100 billion app downloads. This is indeed an amazing achievement and it took Apple seven years to reach it. Tim Cook also said that the company has paid out $30 billion to developers since it launched, another mind-blowing number.
Another big milestone was announced by Apple back in November 2014 when it disclosed that it had shipped over 1 billion iOS devices to customers. During today's event, Craig Federighi also announced that over 55 percent of Mac users are running OSX 10.10 Yosemite, compared to a meager 7 percent adoption of Windows 8.1.