Apple CEO Steve Jobs and senior Apple executives tossed around some huge iPod and Apple Store numbers on stage today at MacWorld in San Francisco. Among them:

Mike Elgan, Contributor

January 10, 2006

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs and senior Apple executives tossed around some huge iPod and Apple Store numbers on stage today at MacWorld in San Francisco. Among them:

* 26 million people visited Apple stores over the holidays

* Apple stores enjoyed the group's first-ever "billion dollar quarter"

* Apple had a $5.7 billion quarter overall

* Some 26 million people visited Apple stores over the holiday season

* Apple sold 14 million iPods last quarter* That brings the total number of iPods sold to date to: 42 million

* Apple's music player market share is now 83 percent

* Apple has sold more than 8 million videos online

They also announced that Saturday Night Live episodes are now for sale on iTunes, and that Apple will ship an iPod remote with an FM tuner, which will work on all models and which you can tune via iTunes.

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