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10 Mary Meeker Apple slides

May 30, 2013: 7:20 AM ET

Apple figured prominently in the Queen of the Net's 2013 presentation of industry trends.

Screen Shot 2013-05-30 at 6.11.34 AMFORTUNE -- If you don't have 23 minutes to watch the video of Mary Meeker's state-of-the-Internet report at AllThingsD 2013 -- or if you just want a chance to study more closely slides that she showed for an average of 14 seconds each -- here are the 10 that pertained to Apple (AAPL).

They covered everything from the iPhone's market share to Steve Jobs' Syrian ancestry.

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You can get Meeker's full set of 117 slides from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, where the former Morgan Stanley PC/Internet analyst (and Katy Huberty's mentor) now works as a venture capitalist.

See also: Mary Meeker's conventional wisdom.

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