iOS: Over two percent of internet traffic comes from Apple devices

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Apple’s presence in the tech world continues to grow with the news that iOS devices now account for 2.06 percent of all web traffic. This is pretty impressive when you consider how many different devices can now connect to the internet.

When you have a look at the figures for each country it becomes even more impressive, in Singapore for instance iOS accounts for almost ten percent of web traffic according to an article on TG Daily. While in the Australia and the UK iOS devices have over five percent of the market share. The US is nearing the five percent mark.

In some other good news for Apple Computerworld is reporting that Mac OS X gained its biggest market jump since March 2010. Figures released by Net Applications show Mac OS X now has 5.25 percent of the market. The iOS system on the iPhone and iPad market share grew to 2.1 percent, double what it had in July.

Apple’s operating systems still have a long way to go before it catches up with Windows; with it still being outnumbered 12 to 1. Windows market share did fall below 90 percent for the first time, closing at 89.7 percent in January.

Are you impressed by the internet figures for iOS?

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