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Slow growth doesn’t keep iPhone from keeping US lead

A new comScore report is out, and despite some sluggish growth numbers from Apple, the iPhone kept the lead in terms of smartphone subscribers in the US. Growing my a meager 0.3% in the last 3 months, Apple was still able to have a 39.2% marketshare, which beat out 2nd place Samsung by 16.2%, leaving it at 23%. However, Samsung saw a growth of 1.7% over…

Report: Apple continues to dominate US smartphone marketshare

The iPhone has been one of the most popular smartphones since its launch back in 2007. Since then, Apple has steadily grown its marketshare in the smartphone world, and once again, the numbers from January through April once again show that Apple is not only dominating the smartphone industry in America, but it is actually increasing its lead over…

Apple U.S. smartphone marketshare jumps to 39%

A new study MobiLens study from research firm comScore has revealed that there are now 136.7 million iPhone users living in the U.S., bringing Apple’s U.S. smartphone marketshare to 39%. This number has jumped 2.7 percent from 36.3 percent last quarter. What’s surprising is that the only other company among the top 5 OEMs to show a growth in brand…

Apple keeps climbing, Android falls in new comScore report

A new report from comScore has a little bit of surprise from one company, and not so much of a surprise from another. Android, for the first time, dropped in market share, a whole 1.3%, which is a comparatively large number. On the other end, Apple (or iOS) rose in market share by 3.5%, taking it from its previous 34.3% to 37.8%. 9to5Mac points out though…

Apple passes LG to take 2nd in comScore’s top mobile device makers

As it usually does, comScore has just released its most recent “Top Mobile OEMs” list. Samsung is still number one, growing my 0.7%, while Apple jumped LG to move into second place with an increase of 1.5%. The 3rd, 4th, and 5th place each lost market share, with LG losing the most at -0.8%. This gain in market share is most likely a direct result of…