With Apple's announcement of some impressive sales figures surrounding the iPhone 4, there are now some additional pieces of information that show the surge of web share for the iPhone. Needless to say that a staggering amount of sales for the iPhone 4 could trigger an avalanche of web usage on the handset, but Net Applications said that the usage of the iPhone for web surfing jumped from 0.59 percent in June to 0.7 percent in July – that's a substantial 18.6 increase in just a single month. But then again, this might be regarded as something normal since many people have been reserve in withholding from buying an iPhone until the newer model was released. However, this is by far the largest increase in the iPhone's web share – making it a substantial feat for the handset. When you compare it their competition, Android, the open platform also experienced some impressive sales with the release of the Motorola DROID X most recently. Despite putting out some good numbers, it wasn't enough to boost Android's share as a whole versus what the release of the iPhone 4 accomplished. Regardless, it'll be interesting to see how things pan out once Froyo commences its assault on a large base of Android handsets – which will bring that almost true to life desktop-like experience with Flash on board.