joelchu wrote: »
"I know a lot of trolls that are going nowhere very fast"
Please keep on being in denial, I enjoy watching this droid troll freak show. Looking forward to more idiotic math, mommy boy way pass their legal age still living with their parents and complaint a sub $1000 phone being expensive. And above all, haters trying to be hip and different, when you are just a clone without knowing it.
Something doesn't add up here. If iOS and Android made 50% of all module traffic, and Windows and BB didn't account for much, then which platform accounted for a staggering 50% ?
Your confused. Mobile sales made up as the article says nearly 29% of online sales. out of that 29% iOS took 83% and android took 4.6%.
The rest was split up between the other mobile os's. The rest of online sales were by computer which took up 71% of online sales.
Whatever you do, avoid talking about how many more androids were sold world-wide during that same period as opposed to iOS devices. Any guesses, 5 to 1, 10 to 1? It's only a matter of time. When there are 100 androids to every 1 iOS device, then everyone will wonder why we used iPad's at all? Just like we do with iPod's now. Reading the tea leaves is as easy as going to some chinese web site and looking up what kind of phablets are out there. Apple is so far behind it is almost funny.
Keep living in that fantasy, most of those devices are usb dongles and dumb phones that have no functionality at all.
LOL Another troll fantasy. Products Like the iPhone 5s that outsold samsungs pitiful GS4 two month sales in the first week? Is that the niche product were talking about. Oh and lets talk about tablets. The iPad Air is the fastest selling tablet in history. Thats the other niche product?
Then lets talk about profits shall we. Apples products command 75% of product revenue for all mobile devices. Hell the only one making money on the android side is Samsung, and they just announced poorer that expected earnings and warned there investors in there latest quarterly filing.
Wow, this is pretty bad reporting. iOS did not represent the vast majority of U.S. "online shopping." The stats are related to MOBILE shopping.
Are you sure about this? iPhone is about 42% of the smart phone market in the US, but iOS also includes iPod Touch and iPad. When those are included, I would guess that iOS has a higher market share than Android.
The report does include tablets too. where it compares phone sales to tablet sales.
They actually don't there IM division (smart phones, cell tower equipment and computers) makes almost 90% of there money, thats according to there latest quarterly. If they lost sales on there Galaxy line it would hurt horribly for them.
That part of the article is referring to ALL mobile traffic. Of all mobile traffic, roughly 50% of it was used for online shopping. Of that 50%, 80% was using an iOS device to shop.
sacto joe wrote: »
Beware of cheap. There's always a price. Always.