Here in the United States today is Labor Day. The summer is winding down, and travelers have one last long weekend to hit the beach or their favorite vacation spot before fall starts and they have to fall back into a typical routine.
If you traveled by air this weekend, chances are good the plane you were traveling on offered some sort of in-flight Wi-Fi option. So how to people access the web when they travel? Gogo, one of the companies behind in-flight Wi-Fi recently released this infographic detailing how users accessed the wireless network.
Some surprising facts: 78% of the people using the service accessed it from an iOS device, with a whopping 96.8% of those who accessed the network from a tablet doing so from an iPad rather than an Android tablet.
Check out all the details in the graphic below. What devices do you typically travel with?