In other words, iPhone users consume almost half of their content via WiFi and Android users consume more than three quarters of theirs over cellular networks. In tablets, the difference is even more pronounced: 91.9 percent of iPad data traffic occurred over WiFi networks compared to 65.2 percent for Android tablets.
John Paczkowski on a new report comparing iPhone and iPad Wi-Fi usage to Android users. Quite a huge gap.
Apple, Android Owners Diverge on Wi-Fi Usage — But Why? | AllThingsD