Smartphone users are driving up the use of Wi-Fi hotspots, according to a new survey, with Apple's iPhone accounting for nearly 10 per cent of access requests in the US.
The survey results, published by mobile advertiser AdMob, showed that eight per cent of web requests in November came from Wi-Fi networks in the US and UK, roughly double that recorded in August.
Apple's iPhone represented 6.3 per cent of all requests in the US, making it the most used device on Wi-Fi networks. AdMob said that 42 per cent of requests coming from the iPhone were over Wi-Fi, compared with just 10 to 20 per cent for other types of Wi-Fi enabled handset.
The iPhone followed by the Nokia N95 and other Nseries phones were the leading Wi-Fi devices in the UK.
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