Apple’s iPhone Represents 28 Percent of Smartphones in US

Apple has launched 5 successful iPhones since 2007, and each had extremely positive response. New data from Nielson’s report revealed that Apple is still holding the number one spot for leading US smartphone maker. Android, however, still leads in the OS game, being named the most popular operating system in the United States. Nielson concluded that 43% of the phones … Read More

Kaled AliApple’s iPhone Represents 28 Percent of Smartphones in US

Android Market Share Threatening Apple (AAPL) iPhone Market Share?

Lets be clear before we examine this one again. We are not really comparing Apples to Oranges here (Sorry for the unintentional pun). Because iOS is installed on many more devices than the iPhone. So as Android’s market share approaches the iPhone’s market share we are comparing Android as in installed OS on many smartphones to physical Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhones. That … Read More

Stephen NorthcottAndroid Market Share Threatening Apple (AAPL) iPhone Market Share?

Blackberry Coming Under Pressure from Apple and Google for Market Share

It seems that the fairytale success of the Blackberry is coming under increasing pressure from both Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) , as demand for iPhone 4 and Android handsets, and their increasing market share steadily encroaches on RIM’s market dominance. A recent survey from ChangeWave Research completed at the end of June, prior to the iPhone 4 launch, shows that RIM … Read More

Stephen NorthcottBlackberry Coming Under Pressure from Apple and Google for Market Share

Another version of the iPhone / Android market share figures

Last month there were some interesting claims made about Android market share. NPD (a market survey and analysis company) released data claiming that Android handsets were outselling Apple’s iPhone, in the US at least. Apple were quick to rebuff the seriousness of the figures. NPD’s report should be digested whilst also considering that they are based on a voluntary web … Read More

Stephen NorthcottAnother version of the iPhone / Android market share figures

Apple responds to NPD’s Android sales figures

Apple responds to NPD’s Android sales figures The Loop got word from an Apple spokesperson today in regards to sales figures released by NPD yesterday on US smart phone sales for the first quarter of 2010. Natalie Harison had this to say to The Loop : This is a very limited report on 150,000 US consumers responding to an online … Read More

Stephen NorthcottApple responds to NPD’s Android sales figures

Android outsells Apple’s iPhone in the US (NPD Survey)

According to NPD Group Google’s (GOOG) Android outsells Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone and has grabbed the number two spot in the US for mobile phone sales. The operative word being sales. The figures they quote are based on sales data from more than 150,000 completed online consumer research surveys from each month for 2010 so far. According to NPD these surveys represent the … Read More

Stephen NorthcottAndroid outsells Apple’s iPhone in the US (NPD Survey)

Apple’s iPhone Accounts for Almost 50% of Smartphone Traffic

AdMob released some interesting numbers today that reveal the truly all encompassing nature of Apple and their iPhone ecosystem. As reported by 9To5Mac, iPhone OS held a 46% share of all mobile operating systems and a 47% share of all smartphone devices in March. Of those devices measured running the iPhone OS, 2% were first generation iPhones, 20% where iPhone … Read More

Erin PetersonApple’s iPhone Accounts for Almost 50% of Smartphone Traffic