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Old Apr 1, 2013, 08:30 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Elysian View Post
Engadget had a much more biased take on this:

Windows phone sees big gains at the expense of Blackberry and Symbian

Completely ignoring the Apple losses and Android gains in the title... Apple loses 3.5% and that's "hardly a change..."
I think when you look at it from a global standpoint, iOS has remained relatively steady. Android just continues to grow.
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