Kate MacKenzie found some so-called Android vs. iPhone marketshare numbers that just don’t add up:
Recently, a Google executive who should know better than to make mathematical pronouncements, announced that there are 2-billion monthly active Android devices on planet earth.
So, 2-billion for Android. What about iPhone?
Forget the fact that Apple’s 1-billion iOS devices number from a year or so ago also include iPad numbers from the same period, but add a few hundred million more iPhones and iPads since then, and ipso facto, alakazam, and Voila! Marketshare myth.
Common numbers from technology media put iPhone at about 15 to 20-percent. Maybe not, huh?