Apple announced iPhone 5, unveiled a new iPod Touch and iPod Nano range and released new versions of iTunes for Mac and Windows, at a press conference in Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco (US). Here's a quick lowdown of all the announcements made by the company: OS X Mountain Lion: Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that Apple has sold seven million copies of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion since launch, up from three million copies as of July 30. He claimed that Mac notebooks now represent 27% of the US laptop marketshare with 15% YoY growth as of July. The company had recently introduced a new MacBook Pro with Retina display and a new MacBook Air. Cook claimed that the new MacBook Pro along with MacBook Air took the top position in terms of market share in US for the last three months. App Store Stats: Cook stated that iTunes App Store now features 700,000 iOS apps, of which 250,000 apps were optimized for the iPad. He also noted that 90% of the 700,000 apps are downloaded every month, and an average customer uses over 100 different apps on his/her device. Eddy Cue, senior vice president Internet Software and Services, Apple, also previewed the new App store design for iOS devices with deep Facebook integration, and Facebook likes integration to each of the app pages. He noted that the same design will run across all its stores including iBooks, App Store and its iTunes music & video stores. iPad Stats: Cook…
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