Apple Gains while Android Loses its US Smartphone Market Share
comScore has just released its data regarding the smartphone market share for the United States. It shows that the Apple holds 40.7% share and number 1 position. Apple is up with while Android is down on its luck. Samsung also gain shares and holds 2nd position on chart.
Google Sites was the highest mobile media asset while Facebook happened to be the bestapplication around for miles. Over 145 million individuals in the United States are proud owners of those fancy gadgets known as smart phones. After Apple, the four rank-holders are: Samsung, HTC, Motorola and LG, which have 24.3%, 7.4%, 6.9% and 6.7% of the market shares respectively.
The ailing BlackBerry had a share of 4% while Microsoft occupied merely 3.2%. Symbian meanwhile got a puny 0.3% which was even less than Microsoft. Thus the various players on the scene that were vying with each other got their due rewards and penalties as per the amount of hard work and dedication put into their products.
Apple has always had a perfectionist streak somewhere at its core. Implanted by the genius that was Steve Jobs, a man known more for his thinking skills than his hygiene, Apple is currently headed by Tim Cook who is a mild mannered yet highly clever man. It remains to be seen if Tim can copy the successful aura of the deceased Steve Jobs.
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