iOS Devices Account for 73% of Total Enterprise Mobile Device Activations [Charts]

iOS Devices Account for 73% of Total Enterprise Mobile Device Activations [Charts]

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iOS devices accounted for 73% of total enterprise mobile device activations in Q4 2013, according to the latest Good Technology Mobility Index Report.

iOS activations made up 73 percent of total device activations in Q4, up from 72 percent in Q3 and 69 percent in Q2 of 2013. Android activations decreased one percentage point quarter over quarter and came in at 26 percent of total device activations. Windows Phone activations made up one percent of total activations each quarter, holding steady in the total number of activations reported in the previous two quarters.

Notably, total iPhone activations increased slightly from Q3 to Q4 at 54%. However, iPad activations declined from 22% in Q3 to 19% in Q4. Android tablet activations also held consistent share of total activations at two percent this quarter.

If looking at tablet activations only, iOS dominated with a 91.4% share of the activations.

Take a look at a few charts below or hit the link for the full report.

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Net Activations by Platform
iOS Devices Account for 73% of Total Enterprise Mobile Device Activations [Charts]

Net Activations by Type of Device
iOS Devices Account for 73% of Total Enterprise Mobile Device Activations [Charts]

Tablet Activations
iOS Devices Account for 73% of Total Enterprise Mobile Device Activations [Charts]
Wee Willy Spunker - February 12, 2014 at 5:06pm
I once tried scamsunks and I never figured it out, one of the ways were "contact your carrier" and I am like "just to activate it for what"?
ratGT - February 13, 2014 at 4:09pm
Shamesuck is maybe the worst of the droid-crop you could come up with! I recently got my hands on a SGS4 I9506, a flagship model along with SGN3, and it was like NOTHING had change since the previous trial of a SGS3 4G - Android is still the most frankestein mobile OS and Shamesuck STILL makes the trashiest, biggest pain in the a$$ front-end touch interface!
K - February 13, 2014 at 5:33pm
Exactly, if it's just a bigger version and no change in and out, then it's considered same.
ratGT - February 13, 2014 at 5:34pm
Disregard the "come up with" part.
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