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iPhone gaining traction in UK

Cory Bohon
Currently in lead in the UK, Nokia may be given a run for its money as the iPhone is set to be the number one mobile web browsing device. According to iTWire and StatCounter, the iPhone took 0.06 percent of the total internet browser marketshare in the UK for March 2008.

According to StatCounter, the iPhone definitely has some work cut out, if it is to surpass Nokia's 0.15 percent market share to date as of March. iPhone is currently in second place with it's 0.06 percent (which goes up to 0.09 percent if iPod touch browsing is also figured in). But that is still way ahead of the Blackberry with it's 0.02 percent.

[via iTWire]

Cory Bohon has been a Mac and iPod user since 2004, you can find him writing for his personal blog on In the past, Cory has developed such Mac software as Dockables (available at, which has had well over 500,000 downloads. Other projects include Microtec Web Design and CocoaApp. Whilst you can still find Cory writing on this blog, he also writes for TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog) which is within the AOL family of blogs. He has also written for Mac|Life Magazine as a part of their iPhone Handbook (a one-off quarterly issue of the magazine devoted to the iPhone). You can find other publications by Cory on the publications section of his website. Cory is currently a student in South Carolina. He is attending the University of South Carolina where he is majoring in Computer Information Systems (CIS) with an emphasis on application development and network security. Upon graduating, he hopes to go into the IT or application development field.