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Feb 11, 2016 - 10:04 AM UTC — AAPL: 94.22 (-0.05, -0.05%) | NASDAQ: 4255.19 (-28.40, -0.66%)

Tag: smartphone market share

  1. Samsung widens worldwide smartphone unit share lead

    Global smartphone shipments grew 6 percent annually from 380.1 million units in Q4 2014 to 404.5 million in Q4 2015

  2. Apple iPhone to take share as smartphone growth slows

    Chinese users shifting to better smartphones and more US users planning to upgrade this year than last year…

  3. Apple’s new iPhone 6s/Plus: One of the biggest changes is how you’ll pay for them

    When Apple Inc. unveils its next iPhone on Wednesday, the biggest update may be in how most consumers will pay…

  4. IDC: Apple iPhone’s higher margins are much more valuable than chasing market share

    IDC projects that Apple’s iOS shipments will grow from 192.7 million in 2014 to 269.6 million in 2019…

  5. Kantar: Apple’s iOS share grows worldwide

    The latest smartphone sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech…

  6. Nomura ups Apple to ‘Buy’ on strong iPhone growth, increasing Android switchers

    We expect Apple to extend its share gains in 2016…

  7. Samsung drops $10 billion in market value on poor demand for Galaxy S6 phones

    Sluggish sales of Samsung Electronics Co.’s Galaxy S6 smartphones…

  8. Samsung will never overcome Apple’s advantage in mobile device profitability

    Samsung’s June quarter earnings release contained a steep y/y decline…

  9. Apple surges, Microsoft collapses in worldwide mobile phone market share

    Apple grew 35 percent annually and shipped 47.5 million iPhones…

  10. Apple iPhone shipments show impressive growth as Samsung falls

    Global smartphone shipments grew 15 percent annually to reach 340 million units…

  11. IDC: Apple’s iPhone sales up 34.9%, Samsung’s phone sales down 2.3%

    Apple’s second quarter proved to be its biggest fiscal third quarter ever…

  12. Apple owns the smartphone market

    There are over 1,000 smartphone manufacturers in the world, but Apple rules them all..

  13. Apple’s iPhone owns 92% of smartphone industry’s profits

    Apple Inc. recorded 92% of the total operating income…

  14. Apple closes in on struggling Samsung in Western Europe smartphone unit share

    Apple’s shipments climbed from 26.9 million to 30.9 million…

  15. Samsung’s iPhone 6/Plus nightmare unfolding before its eyes

    Samsung’s sales and revenues have been suffering lately…

  16. Apple, with high-end iPhones alone, poised to outsell Samsung’s total smartphone sales

    Strong sales of Apple Inc. ’s new iPhones are pushing the company close to outselling Samsung’s entire range of phones…

  17. comScore: Apple gains U.S. smartphone share ahead of iPhone 6

    Apple ranked as the top smartphone manufacturer with…

  18. Fitch: Samsung and Apple to lose global smartphone market share

    Samsung’s and Apple’s global smartphone shipment market share will decline…

  19. Apple iPhone increases U.S. smartphone market share; Android loses share to iOS

    Apple ranked as the top U.S. smartphone manufacturer with…

  20. The fact is, Samsung never caught up with Apple in the smartphone race

    Apple has repeatedly proven that it can dominate the high-end of almost any market it enters…

  21. Beleaguered Microsoft’s Windows Phone: Dead as a doornail

    Beleaguered Microsoft’s smartphone efforts are beyond pathetic…

  22. Kantar Worldpanel: Apple took smartphone market share in Q1, Windows Phone falters

    The latest smartphone sales data…

  23. Apple and the market share myth

    Some believe that Macs were the most popular personal computers on the planet…

  24. Apple CEO Tim Cook has been completely misunderstood by too many

    The general consensus seems to be that Apple simply doesn’t care…

  25. Apple dips a toe in the market share waters by resuming iPhone 4 production for emerging markets

    The iPhone’s market share tells the tale of the two Apples perfectly…

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