ADOTAS — Apple might be dealing awkwardly with Steve Jobs’ illness, but its products continue to shine.
IPod Touch traffic saw a large growth in Decemeber as well as with its smartphone operating system market share, according to AdMob. The iPod Touch is now the number 2 device in the AdMob Network with 4.7 percent share.
Smartphone share increased from 22 percent of total requests worldwide in May to 33 percent in December. Symbian is the number 1 smartphone OS worldwide with 41 percent share. In Asia and Africa it has more than 90 percent share, though the iPhone is surging in Latin America and Europe.
The iPhone OS had 32 percent worldwide share in December, up from 6 percent in May. Worldwide, RIM has 10 percent and Windows Mobile has 9 percent OS share. Both are strongest in North America and Latin America.
Palm has 4 percent of smartphone OS share worldwide with more than 95 percent of its requests generated in North America. In the US, Palm had 9 percent share in December, declining from 20 percent in July. Android leads Symbian in North America with 2 percent of OS share.
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