Originally Posted by |MaguS|
Did you even read your own article?
A recent study from Nielsen corroborates Kantar’s numbers. According to Nielsen, 44.5 percent of customers who purchased a smartphone during the last three months of 2012 bought an iPhone, and 57 percent of those buyers got the iPhone 4S, Apple’s newest handset. At that time, Android still remained the No. 1 smartphone category, with 46.9 percent of buyers] going for a Google-powered device.
You apparently can't read your own writing so I bolded it for emphasis. AT THAT TIME. MEANING PAST TENSE.
I see you've inherited your old fanboyism from the PS3 days....