Wednesday, February 10, 2016

iPhone Controlled 40% Of US Smartphone Market In 2015, Data Shows

Samsung achieved a 31 percent share, Parks Associates noted. That further cemented the company's position as the second-most popular phone vendor in the U.S., easily surpassing third-place LG, which managed just 10 percent. Motorola and HTC ranked fourth and fifth, respectively.

Parks' data also suggested that a third of iPhone owners are still using a model over two years old, slightly higher than the 30 percent of Samsung owners. 45 percent of all American broadband households are said to wait two years to upgrade a smartphone.

From the article "iPhone Controlled 40% Of US Smartphone Market In 2015, Data Shows" by Roger Fingas.

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