By Jim Karpen
In a post a couple days ago, I noted a consumer survey that found that more Android phones were sold in the March quarter of this year than iPhones. Wrong, according to Business Insider. The three major carriers in the U.S. all reported that they activated more iPhones in the first quarter of this year than Android, with the iPhone counting for 63% of the activations. After reading the article, I’m betting that the Business Insider data is more accurate than the consumer survey.