The iPhone's market share gains are actually more sustainable than previously thought.
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Will September 12, 2012 be marked in history?
Despite the partisan bickering, a former iPhone user explains his switch to Android with a level-headed, well-reasoned argument.
Cheaper Android phones have been gobbling up market share in Europe, where carriers do not subsidize smartphones.
Apple's co-founder explains how the iPhone falls short of Android's capabilities. And this time, he can't take it back.
After Apple's antenna fix, Consumer Reports now recommends the iPhone, but not as highly as Android.
Extensive survey by Hunch says Apple users are more likely to be urban, outgoing, and yes, educated.
Sometimes a picture says it all.