Apple's (AAPL 0.17%) share of mobile browsing traffic jumped nicely in March. The report comes as a surprise in light of the bearish headlines that continue to cover waning iPhone demand and rumors of cuts in iPad Mini orders. In the video below, Fool contributor Daniel Sparks weighs in on the report with Fool.com's Erin Miller. It could just be that Apple is holding its own against Google's (GOOGL -1.34%) Android better than people presume.
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Apple's share of mobile web browsing traffic is substantially higher in March than in February, What happened to waning demand?
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