November 28, 2012
Filed under: Poll Results
For the past year or so, Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android have been trading the market-share lead for smartphones, with Blackberry (queue “Taps”) continuing to fade faster than my fantasy football team. Since this is the mobile age and everyone seems to use their phones to do everything, I was curious as to what mobile device our users preferred, so I posted this fairly obvious question on ASI Central in late October:
Droid or iPhone? (Answer options: iPhone, Droid, Other)
In just over a month, we received over 600 votes with the strong majority (57%, 373 votes) going with the iPhone. Considering Droid’s strong late-summer surge, I was a bit surprised with their results (36%, 236 votes). The “Other” option — presumably my colleague Michele Bell and other Blackberry users — accounted for just 7% of the results, or 43 total votes.
Here’s the complete breakdown, including chart, to that question: (TOTAL VOTES: 652)