New York Mag article New Yorkers are spending more and more time in their living rooms, but their phones are not always their primary device.
A new study from a team at Harvard Business School and University of Southern California found that iPhones have surpassed iPads as the most popular smartphone, and the iPhone’s popularity has been rising steadily since it first debuted in 2011.
That said, the study did not include any comparison to Android smartphones.
The research team also noted that Apple’s dominance of the smartphone market continues to be challenged by newer smartphone models.
This may explain why a study released in April by research firm Gartner found that Android is now the most used operating system on smartphones worldwide, and Windows Phone is at an all-time low.
The researchers also found that smartphone adoption in the United States is on the rise.
For example, while the U.S. market for smartphones was down by 4% in 2016, it was up by more than 40% in the first quarter of 2019.
So, the smartphone is clearly a key part of our lives and that’s why it’s important to look beyond its size.
It’s also important to remember that smartphones are still in their infancy and we’re still developing their hardware and software.
So while it’s possible that we’re seeing more growth in smartphone adoption, we also need to keep in mind that we’ll continue to have to deal with some tough hardware challenges.
We can’t forget about the future though.
We need to continue to build on the promise of the iPhone and keep innovating.
The most important thing to remember when looking at the popularity of smartphones is that it’s a growing market, and its a growing segment of the overall smartphone market.
The next best thing to smartphones is a higher end device like a laptop or a smartphone.