At Apple's the annual developer's conference, Chief Executive Tim Cook touted Apple's mobile prowess, noting that more than 200 million iPads sold and more than a half-billion iPhones. Apple's iOS platform is bringing in new Mac users – with over 130 million customers.
He even took a swipe at Google's rival Android mobile platform, noting just 9 percent of Android users have upgraded to the new KitKat software — compared with 89 percent of Apple's installed base running the current version of iOS.
Apple, Cook said, is benefitting from Android users switched to iOS.
"They sought a better experience and a better life, and decided to switch to iOS," Cook said, adding nearly half of its customers in China switched from the Android platform.