iPhone users ‘significantly more likely to use WiFi’ than Android users

iPhone users ‘significantly more likely to use WiFi’ than Android users A study of mobile and WiFi internet usage on smartphones has shown that iOS users connect to the internet via WiFi significantly more than Android users. The study, carried out by comScore, a leader in measuring the digital world, shows that 87 per cent of iPhone users in the UK browse the web via both mobile and WiFi networks, in comparison to 57 per cent of Android users. Just 13 per cent of iPhone owners in the UK browse the web via their mobile network alone. The study...

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