Now, let’s take a look at the operating systems in the U.S. According to reports released this month by comScore, if you factor in all of the devices that use iOS including iPhones, iPads and iPod touches, Apple reached 37.9 million people. Android, according to the data, reached 23.8 million on phones and tablets.
I’ve observed it many times—and never really paid it much thought until now—but why in the world does everyone compare the entire Android OS reach (to include the few tablets on the market) to that of a single iOS device (iPhone), without including iPads and iPod touches?!?