Update: NPD Group came out with its numbers, which are pretty close. It also shows Android in the U.S. on 44 Percent of smartphones compared to 23 percent for Apples iOS, and RIM in third with 22 percent
Exactly how do they estimate the total number of shipments? Is there an App for that?
I think Apple has made the same mistake they made years ago when they lost out to Windows. The limit the market for their product. I waited years for the iphone to come to Verizon and last month I got tried of waiting and went with the Android. I am very happy with the Android and iphone losses my business.
posted on 11/01/2010 9:53:06 AM PDT
Is it because consumers were waiting for the iPhnoe 4?
posted on 11/01/2010 9:53:24 AM PDT
(Linux -- The Ultimate Windows Service Pack)
Better hardware/software...better sales. Android OWNS iphone.
posted on 11/01/2010 9:53:43 AM PDT
Was it ever Apple’s goal to have market dominance? Aren’t certain choices: 3 models only, one carrier guaranteed to leave them as not having market dominance. Would Apple have been aware of this from the beginning? Are they not still very profitable in the way they have chosen to compete?
posted on 11/01/2010 7:31:53 PM PDT
by Mr. Blonde
(You ever thought about being weird for a living?)
Motorola also reaffirmed its commitment to the Android platform- and global users with the Droid 2 Pro. Add the sneak-previewed Business Droid to the set, and it’s a remarkable offering.
posted on 11/02/2010 1:17:02 PM PDT
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