It’s probably a given that Apple’s iPhone is the most popular in the United States, where the handset first launch in June, 2007. But that’s not where Apple’s market share is growing the most, especially in the near future.
AT&T is constantly finding itself on the hot seat as Apple’s exclusive iPhone partner in the United States, particularly for comments made last week that inferred that iPhone data hogs may soon pay more if they use more. But now, the company seems to be backing off of that unpopular stance.
Uh-oh, it looks like the teed-off pranksters behind this Friday’s “Operation Chokehold” may really have something to get mad about now: Word is out that AT&T has actually spent less on network construction every quarter since the iPhone’s debut.