“For the past year, the vast majority of mobile visitors to Wired have been using the iPhone. Before April, about 10 percent were using the iPod Touch, and 15 percent to 18 percent other devices,” Tweney reports. “But with the launch of the iPad on April 3, it seems that many iPhone users have picked up iPads — and are finding them a good way to browse this site.”
Tweney reports, “The sudden jump in iPad users is matched by a declining share of iPhone and iPod Touch users, which suggests that most iPad customers are people who were already accustomed to mobile browsing with an Apple handheld, and are trading up to a bigger screen — rather than coming from another platform.”
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