iPhone-generated internet traffic grew 10% last month

iPhone-generated internet traffic grew 10% last month
According to a internet browsing statistics by NetApplications, the iPhone is getting even more popular and the number of people using it to surf the Web is rapidly growing. The total amount of iPhone traffic increased 10% over the last month and now makes up 0.33% of planetary internet traffic. To put the figute into perspective, the Apple-made device accounted for as much as 0.14% of total traffic at the end of September last year and if you think 0.33% is an unconvincing figure, keep in mind the total traffic generated by all computers running Linux-based OS on the planet Earth is 1% of the total figure with Mac users responsible for 4.87%. Certainly, Windows continues to hold the traffic lead with the whopping 93% share.



source: 9toMac

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