Apple’s iPhone X is the UK’s most popular smartphone

“Apple’s iPhone X is the most popular smartphone among UK shoppers, with the iPhone 8 as a creditable second choice, according to recently-published analyst data,” Jonny Evans writes for Apple Must.

“‘Apple’s iPhone X, released in November 2017, was the most popular choice among UK consumers when they were asked to name the next phone they would purchase in the first quarter of 2018,’ according to GlobalData’s regular quarterly survey,” Evans writes.

Evans writes, “The survey also found that iPhone 8 remains pretty popular – it’s the joint second place most in-demand smartphone, along with Samsung’s S8.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: You know, because iPhone X is a “disappointing.”

3 Comments

  1. Clearly they didn’t get the Colon Gillis and Michael Blair memos regarding—“appplee doomeed, everybody has a smartphone” narrative………
    or my favorite— AAPL will never get higher than $92……mmmmkay

  2. MDN loves to trot out iPhone X propaganda but this is a new low. A question was asked to prospective iPhone owners about a future purchase so who would be surprised by the response? Well heeled consumers in the developed world are almost always going to respond with the latest model released. The sheeple are condition to always say that, especially in the tech and fashion industries. Apple now belonging to the latter group now.

  3. As somebody who actually lives in the U.K., I’m slightly surprised at the high numbers of iPhone X which I see in use. I’ve never noticed it so much when previous new iPhone models have been introduced.

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