Henry Blodget, back in April 2011, declaring the iPhone “dead in the water”:
Importantly, it’s not a question of which platform is “better.”
(This is irrelevant.) It’s a question of which platform everyone
else uses. And increasingly, in the smartphone market, barring a
radical change in trend, that’s Android.
So that’s why Android’s gains matter. And, yes, Apple fans should
be scared to death about them.
Strategy Analytics, earlier today:
The data show that Apple’s iPhone 5 overtook Samsung’s Galaxy S3
by some 12 million units in the last quarter of 2012 to become the
world’s bestselling smartphone.
That’s not terribly surprising. What is surprising is that
according to Strategy Analytics the iPhone 4S — discounted by
Apple when the new model came out — also overtook the Galaxy S3.
★ Wednesday, 20 February 2013