In news that's almost certain to please Apple, almost half of all 3G surfing in this country is done via an iPhone.
That's according to Ericsson, which found that a whopping 45% of all browsing came from the Jesus phone - a full 50% more than the vast multitude of Android devices manage put together.
Ericsson says the average iPhone user consumes around 350MB of data every month. That's just on their phones, and doesn't take into account tethering which would make that figure a lot higher.
The figures are based on Apple having only a 20% share of the market in the UK (yep, 20% - even though everywhere you look, somebody seems to be clutching an iDevice) and also don't take into account the iPad, a device that's about as web-friendly as it's possible to get.
Of course, the iPad 3 also comes with built in 4G capabilities (or LTE, if you want to be technical) but that's about as useful as a chocolate teapot over here. Because whilst the US of A is benefitting from ultra fast data speeds, there's still a long way to go before they're seen here with networks well known for their squabbles over the technology.
Interestingly, T3 points out that we could see them all fall into line and sort their differences out if Cupertino makes an announcement that it's shoehorning LTE into the iPhone 5. We won't know anything about that until October when the next iDevice is scheduled to be unveiled.
Until then, keep browsing on good old 3G. As you were etc.