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Apple devices take 41% of mobile traffic in Finland

In first half of 2010, iPhone and iPod touch traffic increased from 33.9% to 41% in Finland. Apple’s devices account for a very small percent of the total phones in use in Nokia’s home country.[1] The analysis was performed by QAim on a sample of 64 million “mobile downloads”.

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Original article in Finnish.

“A wave of iPhone and iPod owners behave differently than others.”

Weird bunch, those iPhone owners…

[1] Installed base of iPhone is small but share of smartphones in recent quarters is above 20%.  See: YLE: Nokia’s smartphone share crumbles in Finland

  • Sälli

    "In first half of 2010, iPhone and iPod touch traffic increased from 33.9% to 41% in Finland."

    Actually it's in the last quarter, as 33,9% is from April.

  • apaja

    "[...] iPhone and iPod touch traffic increased from 33.9% to 41% in Finland"

    It was not clear in the article what was considered mobile use. They did not explain if only mobile versions of web pages were measured or if only web browsers introducing them selves as mobile web browser were included or what.

  • Vertti

    It is obvious that the situation for the Nokia and the others in Finland (and oversees) is worse than what they want public to know. This is not good news for the NOK.

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  • Adam

    apaja: "It was not clear in the article what was considered mobile use"

    The number of browser page loads made via mobile devices, according to this QAim press release.

    http://bit.ly/aAdfnP