Originally Posted by Stuart C
Hardly a surprise. The iPhone OS is only currently available on two handsets (not counting the iPad). Android is available for many more than that. That's like saying Symbian outsold the iPhone.
The real surprise is that one handset manufacturer (Apple) is outselling many (if not all) of the Android manufacturers..
Isn't that the point though? While Google Android is open to manufacturers to utilise with their hardware, Apple has decided the iPhone OS shall be a strict Apple hardware only product.
Much like the Windows vs Mac situation. Which is why Android may end up dominating with the becoming iPhone a niche product.