“Apple’s Android problem is solving itself, and while Google’s mobile OS isn’t going away, it’s increasingly seen as a second class option among the only people who matter: customers,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld.
“I’m not saying Android is dying, not at all. It’s just not winning the loyalty challenge,” Evans writes. “This is quite fortuitous, given Apple will offer the iPhone via China Mobile from tomorrow, with CEO, Tim Cook telling the WSJ: ‘When you really back up and look at what’s happening in China the usage numbers are staggering. Fifty-seven percent of the mobile browsing in China is done on iOS devices. Now there are many different views of unit market share and you can choose to look at whichever one you think is most reputable, but for us that is not our North Star, we don’t get up in the morning saying we want to sell the most, we get up saying we want to make and create the best, and so that’s our strategy and it doesn’t change.'”
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