Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 19th Oct 2012 13:56 UTC
Apple "Looking at the stats for all our apps (we have 4 universal apps with almost 3 million downloads) and for all versions after a month gives an interesting picture." Close to 70% is on iOS 6 already. In the meantime, Sony just announced it's going to leave loads of users in the cold by not upgrading their phones to Jelly Bean. Those that do have an update in the pipeline will have to wait until next year.
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RE[6]: Interesting but...
by gpsnoopy on Fri 19th Oct 2012 17:12 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Interesting but..."
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The question posed to you by your assertions is: is this estimate so unreasonably inaccurate as to point to the belief that a more accurate estimate would show Google uptake comparable to iOS uptake?

I'm pointing out that the sampling method is highly biased and that it gives huge variation in the results, and must be considered as such.

A more realistic view may lead to a completely different conclusions. For example, on iOS fragmentation or others.

Google provides a good market overview of each Android version that is regularly updated, which is why I mention it.

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