Detecting iPhone models has always been a bit of a headache for companies working in the online space, mainly due to the fact that device model tokens are missing in the UAs. You won’t find iPhone models in your Google Analytics dashboard which shows a single “Apple iPhone” category for all iPhone models. Here’s how DeviceAtlas tackles this issue.
A well thought-out mobile strategy needs to take into account many characteristics of mobile users’ behaviour. With some analysis of mobile traffic from websites powered by DeviceAtlas, we can shed some light on the most popular mobile browsers in the largest markets.
The latest iPhone models - the XR, XS and XS Max - are almost certain to be a success, with pre-orders already fulfilled. But how can you detect when these devices request your content, ensuring you give the user the best possible experience?
Launched in 2014, Google's Physical Web project promised much, but seems to have died a quiet death over the last few months. This post takes a look at what the technology promised, and the speed bumps it hit along the way that may ultimately prove to have derailed it.
Knowing the exact specifications of a smartphone's screen allows you to better tailor and sculpt the experience for your users. We've listed the resolution, screen size, DPI and Viewport for 63 of the most popular smartphones in use in 2018.
Server-side rendering (SSR) can solve some of the same challenges that frameworks face with mobile clients. You've already gone to the trouble of setting up a server-side solution, why not get everything you can out of it?