Jason Grigsby, using data from Akamai, posits that the disparity in web browser usage between iOS and Android is almost entirely Wi-Fi traffic, and that the two are neck-and-neck on cellular networks. Fascinating, if accurate.
Update: A bunch of readers emailed to suggest the following explanation: there are a lot of iPod Touches and even more Wi-Fi-only iPads in active use, and there are very few Wi-Fi-only Android devices. Thus, iOS accounts for way more Wi-Fi traffic than Android.
★ Wednesday, 1 August 2012