Led by iPhone X, Apple's Q4 U.S. market share rises 17% over last year

The Apple iPhone X made its debut during the fourth quarter of 2017. The tenth anniversary model launched during the first week of November, which helped Apple's U.S. market share rise sequentially by 10 percentage points during the last three months of the year. For the period, the iPhone saw its share of the stateside smartphone market to 39% from 29% during the third quarter...
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44. sissy246

Posts: 6959; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

All this is guessing , apple doesn't give numbers.

49. midan

Posts: 2557; Member since: Oct 09, 2017

it's very funny to see how much android users trying to put these numbers down. they just can't accept these. Seriously how anyone could have expected anything else with the line-up Apple currently have?

54. aegislash

Posts: 1437; Member since: Jan 27, 2015

What's even funnier is that you yourself get so worked up over how these phones are selling. Out of your 403 posts, 98% of them have to do with iPhone X sales.

50. markobarko

Posts: 176; Member since: Oct 09, 2016

Well screen to body ratio is for sure on Sammys side, but the optical illusion of bezel less is on iphone side.

52. roscuthiii

Posts: 2383; Member since: Jul 18, 2010

A 17% rise you say?! Oh my, I suppose this should soon be validated with a following report that others experienced a significantly equivalent drop, yes? Otherwise... Alan, you gots some 'splainin' to do... Without that I can see only 3 scenarios: 1. People are double-fisting handsets holding multiple devices. (Which is really an option where everyone wins.) 2. Apple did in fact experience a super-cycle where customers holding on to older handsets did finally upgrade to an 8, 8+, or X. (Although analysts have disagreed with that happening based on supplier orders.) 3. This article is FUD. (Is that what the "F." stands for Alan?)

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