Someone needs to learn how to read charts. Apple dropped MORE than Nokia on it.
You'd think someone would be able to put a name to a mobile OS that jumped to fourth on the chart in one month.
I get the sneaking suspicion some pro-Apple entity is trying to make Nokia look bad, and the "unknown" is actually the phones Nokia recently released using Windows. The graph for "Nokia" is their old OS (Symbian). (This probably isn't right, but the chart has me wondering what's going on, and why the author of the article feels compelled to shore up perception of Apple's loss of market share).
I'm still kinda foggy about those laymen terms in fact, even the true #define of "smartphone" eludes me.
Unknown being no-brand or local brand J2ME phones?
My take is that Nokia at least know the sorry state of Symbian; as a result it was stuffed with all kinds of business utilities and top-notch hardware as a good direct competitor to Blackberry, I have E72 something equivocal Android or lesser iOS or BB device would cost least 3x more.
Apple is just one pompous and arrogant company with one or two products. I've noticed that most Apple users are non-technical losers always going with the trend knowing nothing what they actually have bought. "ooh, shiny!, here, take my 600$ Apple!" That's the mindset of typical Apple owner.
[citation][nom]mrmez[/nom]Analytics from my websites show entirely different results...iPad is #1 accounting for ~73%iPhone #2 with ~17%The last 10% is a mix of 4% iPod touch, and 4% unknown.Results vary slightly, but its the same story across 3 different websites.In fact, across all websites there is no record of even a single page view from a nokia device.[/citation]
Could you please provide the links?