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Slab-fondling Apple fanbois have been outed as the world's biggest perverts, a new study from grumble site Pornhub has claimed.

Safari, the fruity firm's browser, is smut lovers' favourite one-handed surfing software. It accounts for 38 per cent of Pornhub's mobile phone traffic and 73 per cent of tablet traffic.

On tablets, the second most used brower is Chrome with 14 per cent, followed by the default Android browser at eight per cent and Amazon Silk at five per cent.

"BlackBerry users like to 69 – well, 0.69 per cent anyways," Pornhub said.

On mobile, the Android browser is used by 29 per cent of pervs, followed by Chrome with 18 per cent.

However, the most popular desktop and laptop browser is Chrome, which is used by 44 per cent of grubby clickers. Perhaps nervous about dirtying their shiny iMacs, Safari users account for just seven per cent of traffic from computers.

It would appear that despite Apple fanbois' predilection for porn, they may actually be rather disappointing lovers.

Pornhub added: "Internet Explorer users are used to taking their time – whether it’s just opening a new window, or apparently while watching porn. On desktop computers, the average IE visitor spends nearly 10 and a half minutes on Pornhub. In all fairness, Fapple [sic] Safari users are just a few ticks quicker at 10 minutes 23 seconds. But Chrome (8 mins 24 sec) and Firefox (8 min 29 sec) seem to get the job done a full 2 minutes faster. And for Opera users, the BBW lady sings in only 7 and a half minutes."

Safari users on mobile don't last as long as Pornhub as Internet Explorer strokers, and the fondleslabbers with the most endurance use Amazon Silk.

Mobile users are generally the quickest at "getting the job done", Pornhub added. Internet Explorer users takes the longest at 8 minutes 57 seconds and Chrome the least at only 8 minutes 17 seconds.

Safari fanbois stay on Pornhub for just over 10 minutes on tablet and desktop, whilst spending almost nine minutes gazing at porn surfing if using a mobile device. ®

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