Ars Technica has an interesting report on iPhone market share. According to Net Applications, which boasts data from “160 million visitors per month”, the iPhone now makes up almost 2/3 of the mobile browser market. This number may be a bit skewed, but given that Google’s Android app store is only about 5% as large as the iPhone’s, it’s definitely in the ballpark.
Naysayers have been predicting the decline of the iPhone for quite a while, but Apple is still making steady gains - even with the buzz surrounding the G2. With the amazing new features of iPhone OS 3.0 unveiled today, I wonder what these numbers will look like in the near future? Just two more weeks until CTIA 2009 and the HTC Magic…comments powered by Disqus