Saturday, December 4, 2010

Can Verizon iPhone 4 and 5 will stop Google’s Android?

The 3rd quarter facts for smartphone OS marketplace share is currently available, and Comscore reveals Google mobile OS Android will be fastest developing in US. with 6.5 points up compared to last quarter’s data.

Android currently owns 23.5% of smartphones Operating system market share, compared to last quarter with just 17 points. Meanwhile,Apple inc’s iOS powering iPhone 3G and iPhone 4G has 24.6% smartphone OS share. The no 1 platform as of October 31, 2010 is Study in Motion’s with 35.8%, 3.5 points under the previous quarter’s share of 39.3 points.

An additional OS losing the game is MS Windows mobile OS with 9.7% share, 2.1 points down. While iPhone 4?s OS is developing, it’s visibly slowing down and that’s because of the popularity of Google’s mobile OS, with the help of overwhelming media notice.

So,what is the next for Apple inc?

A side from rumors about iPhone 5 or fifth generation of Apple’s smartphones, there’s also information about the Verizon iPhone 4, maybe the first iPhone outside AT&T.

Can these 2  new offers assist Apple get the market share boost? Maybe.

But here’s another big twist for Apple, Google Android’s big update known as “Gingerbread,” and rumors speak it'll sport the NFC (Near Field) technology, enabling smartphones to act as credit card.

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