A new study released by Net Applications shows that Apple’s iPhone now represents 66.61 percent of all mobile web traffic. That number is striking, since Apple only accounts for about 0.31% of the total mobile browser market.
In addition, iPhone sales grew 245% in 2008, far outpacing it’s closest rival Research in Motion (Blackberry), which came in at 96.7%. With that said, the iPhone will likely remain the dominant browser for some time.
If you haven’t thought about optimizing your website for iPhones, this should be an eye opener.
CNN Money – link
econsultancy – link
Net Applications – link