Perhaps that's true, but most people don't think of it that way. They think Android, not Sense or whatever the other UIs are called.example1013 said:
Android also has like...15 different versions that all may as well be different OSes for the userbase splinter, especially when one considers the UIs and such that OEMs put on their own phones.
That's just the current iSheep party line. When iOS was beating Android (as a whole) they didn't look at distinctions between manufacturers. Now that iOS has fallen behind Android, the paradigm has shifted that Apple makes the iPhone, whereas Android is made by different manufacturers. So Apple is still #1, once you change the "goal" from being the dominant OS to being the dominant smart phone manufacturer.treeski said:
Perhaps that's true, but most people don't think of it that way. They think Android, not Sense or whatever the other UIs are called.
"In Apple's most recent earnings call they said:...." well Apple arent going to go out and say, Android is taking out market away from us. I dont dispute that Apple is still going strong but its clear that Android is gaining more ground then Apple. Try not thinking like an Apple Fanboy and you will probably see it too.Guest said:
Not so sure about that. In Apple's most recent earnings call they said: “iPhone sales momentum in the Asia Pacific region was particularly robust with sales almost (quadrupled) year-over-year”....
"China, Latin America, Middle East were iPhone volume leaders."
And the ASYMCO Blog has pointed out that almost over 75% of Apple's iPhone growth is occurring internationally.