It might feel like everyone and their aunt has an iPhone, but how does the share of smartphones actually break down?
Market analysis firm ComScore has released a new report on the state of smartphones in the USA last quarter.
According to the data, 43.6% of all smartphone subscribers in the country are using an Apple device.
That’s actually down on the previous quarter, but only by 0.5% – not exactly an earth-shattering loss.
Samsung held second place with a 27.6% share, although it also saw a 0.5% change down on last quarter.
The shares seriously start to trickle off after Samsung however, with LG taking third place at 9.4%.
That represents a 1.1% growth for the South Korean tech giant – that’s the only growth in the top five.
Motorola came in fourth with 4.8%, followed closely by HTC at 3.3%.
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But while Apple might appear to dominate the US smartphone market, Android is still the leading mobile operating system.
Google’s platform holds an impressive 52.3% – an increase of 0.7% on last quarter.
Unsurprisingly, Apple takes second place, falling 0.5% quarter-on-quarter to 43.6%.
Microsoft is third, albeit with a lowly 2.9%, followed by BlackBerry, which touts an even paltrier 1.2%.
However, the launch of Windows 10 will likely give that figure a boost in the coming months.
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