According to reports, Google is making more money off of Apple’s iOS and it makes from Android. This claim comes from an analyst called Horace Dediu from Asymco based on documents that surfaced in a recent court case.
Comscore’s latest numbers are in and the research firm says iOS and Android are dominating the mobile landscape. In February of 2012, the Google operating system had 50.1% of smartphone subscribers and Apple had 30.2%.
The Comscore report also showed that iPhone users are much more likely to use Wi-Fi than Android users. 71% of iPhones connect to Wi-Fi and mobile network while only 32% of Android devices connect Wi-Fi.