• NOT RahmEmanuel

    Watching the last few months’ numbers I’m always struck by two things. First, iPhone sales have flattened despite the rapidly growing market for smart phones. That’s remarkable. Back 12 months ago Would anybody have even thought it possible? Also, Android’s monthly growth is always just about identical to the combined drop in share for MS, RIM, and Palm. Any difference is probably right at the MoE for this data.

    The whole thing is so weird it’s beautiful. You’d think it was one of those textbook examples from Econ101 that everybody knows could never happen in the real world.