The United States is a diverse place. Across the nation, there is substantial variation in demographics, political views, and health. Add technology to the list of our differences. Cell-phone makers have not had the same level of success in every state. iPhones sell really well in Oregon and Louisiana, not as well in Idaho and Florida. Phones loaded with Google’s Android operating system are doing great in California, but not as well in Michigan.
It’s not always clear what’s driving regional preferences, but this interactive map lets you see how your state stacks up.
Try it out at The Atlantic