“Apple’s iOS has grabbed an all-time high market share in urban China, according to recent data,” Jason Hahn reports for Digital Trends.
“The hot demand for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus drove Apple’s climbing market share and gave it the push it needed to usurp Beijing-based Xiaomi to be the top smartphone maker in the country,” Hahn reports. “For the three months ending in February, Apple’s iOS claimed 27.6 percent of the smartphone market in urban China, according to Kantar Worldpanel ComTech sales data.”
Hahn reports, “That’s an all-time high and a marked jump from its 17.9 percent share in the same period last year.”
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