Apple’s iPhone is gaining strides in both North America and Western Europe, quickly turning Nokia into a marginalized player leading only in Africa and Asia, a new survey of smartphone usage indicates.
The iPhone, with 40 percent of the market, represented 54 percent of smart phone usage in North America during the fourth quarter of 2009, [...]
Chitika Insights web traffic report for April assigned Apple's iPhone a 53.1 percent majority of all smartphone web traffic, while all Android devices combined amounted to just 44.5 percent.
Today, StatCounter -- the research group that tracks Internet usage by browser, platform and device, among other things -- has released some numbers that indicate that while Apple continues to keep its traditional lead as the most-p...
iPhone maker is now No. 1 in smartphones in Europe and has cut Nokia's lead worldwide, according to IDC.
Apple's iPhone 4 was the leading mobile phone in the U.S., despite being a phone launched mid-way through 2010, according to a new Nielsen report. The iPhone helped propel smartphone usage in the U.S. to new heights during the past ...