More good news for Apple (AAPL).
The latest data from NETMARKETSHARE shows Apple’s iOS continues to grow, capturing 65.3 percent of global mobile web traffic, up from 52.4 percent a year ago.
CNET breaks it down by device,
Breaking down the results by device, the iPad was the leader in June with a 36.7 percent share, followed by the iPhone with 26.8 percent. Android 2.3 took third place, while other flavors of Android were scattered among the 24 mobile operating systems tracked in total.
The dominance of iOS and Android left little but scraps left for other mobile platforms. Java ME, typically installed on feature phones, grabbed the No. 3 spot with a 10.2 percent share. RIM’s BlackBerry OS scooped out 1.9 percent of the market, while Nokia’s Symbian snuck in a 1.5 percent share.
Collectively, Microsoft’s Windows Phone and Windows Mobile took home less than three-quarters of a percentage point.
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The company continues to execute and the stock is back in rally mode, up over 1 percent today after touching $600, and taking the market with it.
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