It should be no surprise during Steve Jobs WWDC 2011 Keynote, that he will probably claim that the App Store has surpassed 400,000 apps between iPhone/iPad/Mac apps. According to statistics from AppShopper there were roughly 401,440 apps available with the biggest share to iPhone apps at 361,277 followed by iPad apps at 97957, and 5075 Mac Apps available. Despite Android sales beating the iPhone, the App Store will be the main destination and selling point for any of Apple’s products due to superior design from a more coherent system provided by the Xcode framework. Apple apps “Just Work” where some Android apps suffer from release problems, incompatibility of certain chipsets, and several cases of Malware posing as apps. As Apple opens up more carriers to be able to carry iProducts, then the market share should grow organically. T-Mobile and Sprint are prime candidates to sell phones to and if the recent stampedes in China are any indication, the iPhone and iPad will do very well there.