And 2 sentences later:He then gives the following stats:
Binned by major rev:
4.X: 89.73 %
3.X: 10.25 %
2.X: 0.02And where he admits that comparing to just that version is somewhat silly:So, iOS 4 has 90 percent share amongst iOS device owners. What about Android 2.3? 0.4 percent, as of a couple weeks ago. Yes, thatís zero point four percent.However, the iOS numbers are major revisions. By the numbering scheme, Android 2.2 is a minor revision of 2.0 and 2.1. The accurate comparison would be iOS 4.X to Android 2.X, which would be 90% compared to ~87%.But for the sake of this being slightly more fair, letís compare iOS 4 to Android 2.2 ó an OS which came out well before iOS 4. The adoption rate there? 51.8 percent. Thatís still pretty pathetic.