Not so, according to a report issued Saturday by Net Applications.
When measured against other smartphone/tablet operating systems, Apple's (aapl) iOS accounts for more than half of the visits to its clients' 40,000 websites around the world. In fact,the 54.65% share that Net Applications recorded for iOS devices in September is an all-time record.
A key factor driving Apple's dominant Web presence, of course, is that iOS runs on three popular devices: iPhones, iPads and iPod touches. There is no Android equivalent of the iPod touch, and although there are multiple Android tablets -- and more about to hit the market -- none has yet to take off.