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Old 07-12-2012, 11:39 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by afv011 View Post
Well, Apple's only grown on the US and GB, and lost in every other market. Android has grown in every market other than the US. I count that as good news overall for Android, especially with most of the gains in the 20s% (as much as 42% in Spain).
Your original article also stated that Apple's little pop was due to new model introductions, which IMHO is indicative of a temporary surge and not a long term trend. Apple is a single manufacturer, while Android has a larger number of quality competent manufacturers all releasing new products. So while Apple can have an occasional surge, there are multiple opportunities for Android surges feed from multiple sources.
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