‘Twas the season for giving iPhones, apparently. Around Christmas, there was a surge in iPhone Google traffic that briefly put the device above all others, despite only having a 2% market share. Whether this was due to sons and daughters flexing their new Safari muscles, or to bored father-in-laws everywhere surreptitiously googling at the dinner table, I think we’ll never know. Traffic declined after a few days and Symbian once again took the crown, but it was fun while it lasted.
Google Sees Surge in iPhone Traffic [New York Times]