After a short video introduction from Siri at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote this morning, CEO Tim Cook just took the stage to start the presentation with updates on company numbers. Among the highlights: Cook announced the App Store now has 400 million accounts with credit cards, 650,000 apps on the App Store, and an amazing 30 billion app downloads. He also announced 225,000 of those apps are made specifically for the iPad.

Another announcement regarded an additional 32 new countries receiving access to the App Store later this month, which makes 152 countries total. Cook further mentioned Apple has paid over $5 billion to developers.

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