Tuesday, June 29, 2010

iPhones dominate Australian mobile internet access

Tiphereth Gloria has posted on Digital Tip a very interesting post regarding how iPhones dominate mobile internet access in Australia.

Quoting June 2010 figures, her post iPhones dominate Australian mobile internet says that iPhones account for 93% of mobile access, with Android, Blackberries, Symbian and other operating systems combined only accounting for 7% of the market.

Overseas iPhones account for 60% of mobile internet access - still a huge share, but significantly less than the Australian experience.

Of course these figures were provided by Apple - I've not seen independent statistics - but they are still striking.

If your agency websites are not customised for access via iPhones you're potentially less accessible to a large proportion of the mobile internet market.

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