AppleInsider. By Josh Ong A new analysis claims the iPhone made up 30.7 percent of the U.S. smartphone market and 14 percent of the mobile market in the first quarter of 2012. comScore noted Apple's steady upward climb when it released on Tuesday quarterly data from its MobiLens service, which surveyed 30,000 mobile subscribers users.
Apple's share of the smartphone market grew 1.1 percent when compared to the fourth quarter of 2011. The figures were up 0.5 percent from Apple's three-month average from February. The Cupertino, Calif., company's growth was outpaced by the Google Android platform, which grew 3.7 percent sequentially to reach 51 percent market share. Research in Motion and Microsoft lost out during the quarter. Source: comScore According to the research, Apple was the third-largest handset maker in the U.S. during the March quarter.
Apple announced last month sales of 35.1 million iPhones during the March quarter. Akinator Academy pour iPhone, iPod touch et iPad sur l’iTunes App Store. 11 Great Free iPhone 4 GUI PSD Templates For Designers. From the graphic which post on RIM Blackberry Tablet Will Support Flash we can know, iPhone hold more and more smartphone market share and being one of the most popular electronic gadget,it has created a stir in the market.
Same with windows OS, people started using it, then designers started using iPhone stock image for their graphic designs, more and more developers/designers searched for hours trying to find an iPhone 4 template to customize the home screen. Below is 11 free iPhone 4 GUI PSD telplates, hope you will enjoy them. iPhone GUI PSD Version 4 This version of the template has been completely redesigned from the ground up.
Based on iOS4, it includes all the elements you need to design proof-of-concepts or production ready assets. Download From Official(7.9MB) | Download via Ntt.cc. Custom UI Component Database for iOS and Mac OS X. Apple : les chiffres. Comme vous êtes nombreux à le demander, voici un état du marché de la famille iPhone.
Ventes mondiales d’iPhone Les données sont exprimées en milliers d’exemplaires. See iPhone Multitouch App Switching in Action. Here's video evidence that lets you see the new multitouch, app-switching capability on the iPhone.
We've seen this trick on a video featuring the iPad, but not one with the iPhone. Similar to the gestures available now on Apple's laptops with their "Magic Trackpads," a four- or five-finger multitouch gesture lets users move from one application to another. But don't get your hopes up about using this on iPads or iPhones when iOS 4.3 is officially released.
We obtained this from Apple's official release notes for iOS 4.3, beta 2: In other words, developers can play now, but the rest of us may just have to wait a bit. When can the rest of us get iOS 4.3? [Via Engadget] Les applications Flash converties en applications iOS désormais autorisés par Apple.
THE iPhone poll: Do you use more apps or your browser on your iPhone? Answer here - AppsFire.com ★ blog ★ "Notre application représente déjà plus de 500 000 euros de revenus" Le leader des ventes événementielles s'est récemment doté d'une application transactionnelle. Jacques-Antoine Granjon, son fondateur et PDG, fait un premier bilan de ses ventes sur mobile. JDN. Vente-privée a lancé son application m-commerce sur iPhone mi-juin. Pourquoi avoir attendu aussi longtemps pour prendre position sur les applications ? Apple Patent Diagrams Send The Wrong Message To Developers. To the left, a recent diagram included in a travel app patent filed by Apple.
To the right, the homescreen interface for existing third party travel app “Where To,” which has been in the app store since 2008. Apple’s diagram accompaniments to their recent travel, hotel and shopping patent applications were made public on July 30th, but no one made the “Where To” connection until Dan Wineman highlighted the similarities between the two on his blog Venomous Porridge.
Intellectual property law is murky when dealing with online properties (you can’t throw a stone without hitting an internet startup violating some kind of patent), but when taking into account Apple’s history of stamping out third party apps it views as threatening, it’s easy to turn a compelling visual like the one above into a stampede of online rabble rousing.
From Unwired Review: “Damn, but this is one scary development. But the above pictures need way more than a thousand words of explanation. Top image: Dan Wineman. iPhoneG4_worldmap.jpg (Image JPEG, 1440x900 pixels)