As per a recent study by AdMob, it seems that Apple’s iPhone represents 50% of all the smartphone internet traffic. That’s not just based on USA but rather worldwide. That’s a huge number, considering that Nokia far out-numbers the amount of handsets sold. Infact Symbian got the biggest hit, which actually dropped by a massive 25%. Ofcourse the browsing experience in an iPhone is not comparable with a Symbian cellphone. Apple’s remarkable user interface and an excellent browser puts the device far ahead of competition.
But incase you are thinking Symbian to be the real competition, you are wrong. Currently Apple’s biggest threat seems to Google’s Android which jumped from 7% to 11% this year. As Electronista says, “the launch of the Motorola Droid on November 6th has led to the phone representing 24 percent of all Android traffic in just 12 days of sales, indicating that it’s contributing substantially to the size of the actual Android user base.”