By now, you’ve surely seen the news of Apple’s latest quarterly financial results (if not: revenues of $39.2bn, net profit of $11.6bn, 35.1m iPhones and 11.8m iPads sold, and a cash mountain of $110bn). So to move things on, here are the key points from last night’s announcement and analyst call from a ‘what does it mean for apps?’ point. Apple confirmed that its App Store now has more than 600k apps available, but the company also updated its lifetime iOS device sales figure: 365m devices since the launch of the first iPhone in 2007, including 67m iPads. The iTunes Store generated $1.9bn in revenue last quarter too, although that includes music, videos and e-books as well as apps. “More than 50m” iOS devices were sold in the quarter overall – one interesting point is that iPod touch sales were roughly in the 4m ballpark. It’s the theoretically-addressable base of 365m iOS devices that lingers, although it would be interesting to get more data on how many of those are active – our suspicion is a lot, since iPhones and iPads especially tend to get passed on when a user upgrades.