Just a few months after the release of Siri with the iPhone 4S last October, a January report by telecom network tech firm Arieso found that the virtual personal assistant is likely the reason why, on average, the iPhone 4S consumes twice as much data as the iPhone 4.
After all, while only a third of iPhone 4S users use Siri daily or almost daily, 87 percent of them use at least one of the assistant’s features every month. Combine that with app downloads, app usage, mobile web browsing and more, and it’s easier to see how iPhone users could consume so much data.
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- mdt said: Largely debunked, FYI. Also, iPhone uses are online and using apps vastly more than other smartphone users. That means more bandwidth.
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