I'm in a dying OS state.
Neutral state here. Most of my co-workers and friends here in Atlanta have Androids. It's probably the rural trailer park crowd balancing us out with iPhones
Not that there's anything wrong with trailer parks!
Why yes; that is a Thunderbolt in my pocket.
I'm surprised Maine is an iPhone state. AT&T has abysmal coverage north of Lewiston/Auburn, and most Verizon smart phone owners seem to have Blackberry.
In fact, I don't think I've ever seen a person in my area with an iPhone 4.
In regard to Android vs. Apple I wonder if it could have had somethingn to do with coverage and the fact, Applie for a long time was only sold by AT&T.
I live in UT, in most areas outside of SLC, AT&T is not a real option. Where I live AT&T is EDGE and coverage is terrible. If someone wants a smart phone they need Verizon; thus Android or BB.
Same for other western states.
As for NY. I have been to NYC and it appears everyone has a BB stuck in their ear.
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I live in LA(Louisiana) and they are die hard apple fans.
Although I've converted a couple of poor souls.
Long behind me are the days of primal. I've turned over a new seaweed leaf.
-Alexander Covington III
As much as I hate to say it...South Carolina being claimed as a Blackberry state is pretty spot on. People are still under the impression that it's the only "professional" collection of smartphones for businesses around here, especially in areas outside of the three "major" cities of Columbia, Charleston and Greenville. (read- areas outside of Verizon's LTE coverage).
Given the surge in Android market share, I'm surprised nearly all 50 states AREN'T Android.
And I'll add...I have an IPad on AT&T and the coverage is so spotty on my normal travels the 3G service is almost useless. VZW is really the only option for business travelers (although the real power biz travelers usually have VZW and at least one other phone with Sprint or AT&T).