Yankee Group: Apple iPhone to pick up U.S. market share in 2013
0. phoneArena 19 Mar 2013, 22:47 posted on
Research firm The Yankee Group is not impressed with the Samsung Galaxy S 4, even calling the device the Samsung Galaxy S IIIS to show how the phone is evolutionary, not revolutionary; the Yankee Group conducted a survey that shows only 15% of the people it spoke to intend to buy a Samsung phone in the next six months compared to 40% who plan on buying an Apple iPhone during the same period...
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1. wendygarett (unregistered)
Yeah very convincing articles from the site called APPLEINSIDER :)
4. hung2900 (Posts: 829; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)
Yes, and I feel rediculous about the term "Galay SIIIs". In fact yhere are more differences of S4 over S3 than iPhone 5 over iPhone 4s. So why they don't call iPhone 5 as iPhone 4s plus or iPhone 4s' ? Then how can this iPhone4s' have a bigger marketshare?
16. -box- (Posts: 3931; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)
Article relating to apple written by Alan = ignore, since it is biased in apple's favor.
2. Daftama (Posts: 581; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)
Idea was to get ppl from s2 and from other manufacturers to come to samsung not for s3 owners to go to s4...have you seen ces 2013 if not youtube samsung 2013 ces. I understand s4 doesnt live up to the hype since when dis any phone ever did...Sammy has a launch in may than in october for n3 than Galaxy Q next year
3. Eions (Posts: 2; Member since: 19 Mar 2013)
The S4 is a slight bump to the S3. Much like the 4s to the 5. But the article is right, I don't think Samsung has the same dedicated fanbase that Apple does.
AppleInsider is a great Apple news site though it has some pretty rabid fanboys that reside there.
5. appleDOESNT.com (banned) (Posts: 456; Member since: 19 Nov 2011)
gosh, enough.. these companies cant re-invent the wheel yearly. Apple does less than most on a yearly basis but who cares, these phones have hit their peaks, not much else comin our way, ever... really, like what do u all expect yearly? geez :/
8. Timmehor (Posts: 599; Member since: 09 Mar 2013)
Apple will probably always rule the US market, its where they are their strongest and the most profitable.
9. BadAssAbe (Posts: 434; Member since: 22 Apr 2011)
I find it funny how the iPhone is rated 9/10 yet has more cons than most android phones
No Sd Card slot
No HD screen
No removable battery
Must have unique Proprietary USB connector
I haven't even mention the software limits
10. rejaz (unregistered)
Congradulate samsung! You didn't listen to your customers so listen from others.
11. pwnarena (Posts: 1006; Member since: 15 Feb 2013)
it's because there are many android phone makers. they try to kill each other to prove which is the worthy opponent of the iphone.
12. jcpwn2004 (Posts: 314; Member since: 18 Jan 2012)
i doubt it, iphone is really losing its luster. So many good android phones, z10, and new windows phones coming out.
13. networkdood (Posts: 6329; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
So, maybe next time Samsung should make the phone in a triangular shape with 1000 PPI and an 80 map camera front and back with 10GB of RAM?
Must be nice for a company to make slight changes to its flagship model, 3 years straight, and still sell it (talking about Apple)....only in America can this happen
14. Canadian_user (Posts: 4; Member since: 20 Mar 2013)
Oh come on now...Another example of Apple pulling out one of their marketing companies from their back pocket, trying to convince you that the information is true & non-bias.
If Apple isn't trying to sue the competition, their getting their back pocket media companies to write up the smear campaigns instead of listening to what consumer want on their mobile devices.
Even the most dedicated Apple fans will look to the competition for their next device if you fail to address IOS short comings (no SD, NFC, removable battery, sharing between devices, limited video formats, tied to itunes for basic file transfer, etc...) that have been around for years..
Apple users will wake up eventually and ask more of their company.
15. Aeires (unregistered)
According to the chart, only Apple will gain share in the US. Yeah, right.
How many people were interviewed for this data to be compiled?