The US smartphone story has been pretty consistent for well over a year: Android is now on more than 50% of US smartphones, followed by iOS. All others are losing share.
According to Kantar Worldpanel Comtech research the iPhone 5 has overtaken Android in US smartphone market share. Buoyed by existing iPhone owner upgrades, which account for 62 percent of iPhone 5 sales, as well as some Android switching Kantar says that the iPhone now holds a 48.1 percent to 46.7 percent lead over Android in the US. This is based on “strong uptake of the iPhone 5 over the past 12 weeks.”
When buying a tablet, what’s most important to you? Price? Apps available? Operating system?