Charts: Verizon iPhone Hits It Big, iPads Still Soaring

  • Posted: 23 April 2011 10:39 PM

    Verizon iPhone Hits It Big, iPads Still Soaring
    By Klint Finley / April 22, 2011

    Although Good expects Android devices to eventually overtake iOS devices in activations, iOS is clearly dominating at the moment. Here are the top ten devices activated in Q1 2011:

    The iPad is doing far better than the Android in Good’s data:

    This data only reflects new activiations during Q1. Good doesn’t support BlackBerrys, which is why those devices don’t register at all. It doesn’t support Windows Phone 7 either.

         
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    Posted: 23 April 2011 10:55 PM #1

    I’m shocked how high the 3GS activation rate is, It’s twice as popular as any new release android phone. And the iPhone 3G had more activations than the thunderbolt? Where are people buying iPhone 3G these days?

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  • Posted: 24 April 2011 12:04 AM #2

    iOSWeekly - 24 April 2011 01:55 AM

    I’m shocked how high the 3GS activation rate is, It’s twice as popular as any new release android phone. And the iPhone 3G had more activations than the thunderbolt? Where are people buying iPhone 3G these days?

    $49 is an excellent price for end users.

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    Posted: 24 April 2011 01:28 AM #3

    Hey Good Research or whatever - ask AT&T how Android’s doing!

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  • Posted: 24 April 2011 03:23 AM #4

    rattyuk - 24 April 2011 03:04 AM
    iOSWeekly - 24 April 2011 01:55 AM

    I’m shocked how high the 3GS activation rate is, It’s twice as popular as any new release android phone. And the iPhone 3G had more activations than the thunderbolt? Where are people buying iPhone 3G these days?

    $49 is an excellent price for end users.

    It’s an excellent product for households filling out family plans (in other words for teens in the house). Just wait until the iPhone 4 becomes the entry-level iPhone. We’re talking big unit shipments.

    The iPhone 5 (or whatever it will be called) will generate sales on a magnitude we have never seen.