Research firm comScore today released its new information for last quarter’s phone sales.
Apple is once again the top dog in the US market. Not only does Apple remain the top vendor for phones, but it also increased its market share in the previous quarter. Apple’s overall market share increased 1.9% to 36.3% in the quarter that ranged from October-December 2012. While Android still reigns as the supreme operating system in the States, with 53.4%, no single vendor was able to overtake Apple’s dominance.
Along with new numbers of phone sales, another report by Canalys was released today that included new numbers on the market share of PCs around the globe. Apple has increased its market share worldwide to 20%, and it is the first time Apple has hit the 20% mark ever. This is mostly thanks to the booming iPad business, which accounted for 23 million of the Cupertino company’s 27 million PC shipments. The other 4 million were, you guessed it, Macs.
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Source: 9 to 5 Mac
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