At its event in California, Apple has just announced that it has sold 100 million iPads — a milestone the company reached just two and a half years after launching the original iPad. The company may have been saving up to drop the big number, since it has stayed quiet on actual "record" sales numbers in the past, but there's still no indication of how the sales are distributed across the several iPad models. Tim Cook says that the company's tablet "has attracted a lot of attention," and that "the iPad accounts for 91 percent of web traffic." He's also sharing good news across the board today: Cook says that Apple "sold more products in the June quarter than any PC manufacturer sold in their entire PC line."

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