The iPhone’s share of the browser market is showing a steady stream of growth according to the latest charts from MarketShare.
The browser share actually took a bit of a dip in weeks just before the launch of the iPhone 3G, going as low as 0.13% – but since the release of the iPhone 3G percentages have shot up to as high as 0.45%.
The most interesting part of the graph, however, are the spikes in usage. It should come as no surprise, really, that people use their iPhones more on the weekend than they do during the week when they’re in the office. Still the weekend spikes of usage are pretty dramatic, sometimes even doubling weekday usage of the device.