AT&T announced their earnings this morning and with it confirmed the iPhone’s dominance on the U.S.’s second largest carrier. Of the 5.1 million smartphone activated, the iPhone accounted for 3.7 million, or 73%. This is an eight month old phone giving proctological exams to over a dozen Android knock-offs, most of them sporting 4G connectivity.
I don’t know where all Andy Rubin’s activation numbers are coming from, but it’s sure not this country. Or planet.