FORTUNE -- "Apple devices are still reigning above the clouds," according to Gogo Inflight, the largest U.S. provider of in-air online connectivity (with services on Virgin America, Delta, United, American, US Airways, Alaska and Frontier).
According to the text that accompanied the release of Gogo's sky-blue infographic Thursday:
More evidence, writes Daring Fireball's John Gruber, that "iPhone and Android users are not the same."
But the gap is narrowing, as the graphic below shows. Two years ago the ratio of Apples to Androids on Gogo's networks was 30 to 1.
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