AdMob released data recently showing that Apple iPhone make up roughly 51% of all smartphone traffic in the U.S. The iPod Touch is responsible for 40% of iPhone’s numbers. In the U.S., 19% of smartphone traffic is represented by Blackberry RIM, while 14% is represented by Microsoft Mobile. Android represents a mere 3%.
Apple makes up only 18% of global smartphone traffic, far behind Nokia’s 30.1%.