StatCounter.com Says IPhone Is Giving Nokia Trouble

Posted: Mar 18 2008, 8:42am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:48am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 

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StatCounter is a website statistics tracking service and the firm says that the iPhone is giving Nokia a serious run for its money in the mobile browser wars. According to StatCounter the iPhone is the number one mobile browser in the US and is number 2 in the UK.

StatCounter claims that the iPhone browser took 0.6% of the internet browser market in the UK in March right behind Nokia with 0.15% of the market. The iPhone number represents three times the browser market of the Blackberry.

In the US the iPhone market share is 0.18% putting it way ahead of Nokia which holds 0.01% of the US browser market. StatCounter says that globally Nokia leads mobile browser market with 0.25% with the iPhone in second at 0.06% globally.

Via Statcounter

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