To defend its case this time, Samsung brought a full map showing which regions and states have adopted the iPhone and how this adoption rate has changed after the Galaxy S launched. This should counter Apple’s argument that after the Galaxy S Iaunched, Samsung really picked up pace in the States.
That’s not exactly true - while in some regions like the Pacific West Coast Samsung did boost its positions, in others like New England it actually lost market share. Also, Apple held huge metros like San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York by a wide margin. Check out the map to see the details, at least as they were in the first half of 2011.