Good news for Apple: NetApplications has released recent figures about the presence of mobile operating systems on the web calculating that iOS has exceeded 65% market share after rising 4.2% during the month of June. This figure means that the growth rate of the iOS web presence continues to rise in comparison to its rivals.
The figures do not reflect the amount of device sales or the use of the operating systems themselves, but the presence of these in the web statistics. Taking into account that Android leads in device sales and activations, it follows that iOS devices are used more for browsing the internet. The web presence of Android rises but remains below 20%, and also highlights the fall of BlackBerry below 2% presence.
We can also draw the conclusion that Safari, the browser installed by default on iOS devices, is the most used in the mobile browser market. At least until now, because its main competitor Chrome has landed on the platform and promises to stand up to the millions of Chrome users on OS X.