Apple's iOS also made up some ground on Android in the U.S. platform wars. With a 52.3% share of the U.S. smartphone OS market, Google's lead over iOS has dropped by 4.8 percentage points. Apple's mobile OS picked up 3.5 percentage points to 37.8% over the period, while Android slipped by 1.3 percentage points. While finishing third, it was a rough three month period for BlackBerry, which dropped 1.9 percentage points to 5.9%. Windows and Symbian finished fourth and fifth, each losing a negligible amount of market share to control 3.1% and .5% respectively.
source: comScore via AppleInsider