Source: The Korea Times
quote: It is funny isn't it. Apparently Android devices selling more than iOS devices is good for some reason that doesn't involve:
quote: none of the handset makers seem to be be able to make any profit doing so, with the exception of Samsung,
quote: Now I assumed you understood economics, but I'll break it down.More units sold=lower prices=better value proposition for users/carriers.
quote: Having the greater market share also means you have control over the direction of the market.
quote: And you're beginning to see Androids effect on the direction of the market- Apple has started to follow Android's lead by integrating features that Android has had (in some cases) for years prior to iOS and creating products that can compete with Android's value proposition (downmarket) to recapture market share.
quote: quote: none of the handset makers seem to be be able to make any profit doing so, with the exception of Samsung,Why do you seem to think this has anything to do with Android, please provide proof instead of supposition.
quote: Greater competition is ultimately good for the market and end users.