Android Grows, But iPhones Own Business Segments

May 11, 2015 android, apple, ios, 0 Comments


Good Technology reports that while Android phones now have over one-fourth of all mobile devices inside the United States, iPhones continue to lead in the business world, as well as government, financial services and education.

iPhones make up 72 percent of all mobile devices in the U.S., Good Technology reported Monday, and that numbers down one percentage point from last 2014. Windows Phone still owns just one percent of the market, also.

The report also showed that app makers are starting to see the revenue they got from Android starting to overtake the revenue they got from Apple.

The iPhone 6 was the most popular mobile phone purchased last year, with the iPad still owning the tablet market.


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