“Today’s world is filled with flurry of reports and metrics of all shapes and sizes following everything mobile,” Mark Reschke writes for T-GAAP. “Web traffic, app downloads, advertising revenue and profitability of mobile companies is among the mammoth list we are inundated with on a daily basis.”
“The data can become overwhelming, but one thing has become abundantly clear: Apple’s iOS is dominating Google’s Android save but one area — market share,” Reschke writes. “However, even that metric is continuing to shift in Apple’s direction.”
Reschke writes, “With Mavericks, iOS 7, all-new iPhones and iPads arriving this fall, Apple is highly likely hit new to hit new levels in virtually every metric measured, leaving Android to slide further into second fiddle status — even in market share.”
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