“According to in-flight Wi-Fi provider Gogo, iOS devices account for roughly 8 4% of all in-flight web surfing traffic. Apple’s iPhone accounted for 73% of all traffic coming from smartphones. As far as how people connect while in the air, Gogo reported that 35% of users connect from tablets, 33% from laptops, and 3 2% from smartphones. Apple’s 84% in-flight share is down from a couple of years ago, when they dominated 96.8% of all in-flight web traffic. Android has had the biggest gain, going from a 3.2% share in 2011 to 16% in 2013.  (Source: iPhone Life via Zinio)