December 3, 2022

According to the “Financial Times” report on September 2, as of the end of June this year, Apple’s mobile phone accounted for more than 50% of US smartphones for the first time.

According to Counterpoint Research, the market share of over 50% is the highest since the iPhone was launched in 2007. The Android camp, led by Samsung and Lenovo, has carved up the remaining market share.

The above statistics are based on the smartphones users are using, the “active installed base”. This figure takes into account the millions of users who have entered the Apple ecosystem through the second-hand market, as well as users with older iPhones.

“Users have been moving from Android to iOS” for the past four years, said Jeff Fieldhack, the agency’s director of research.

Apple CFO Luca Maestri (Luca Maestri) has said that installed capacity is the engine of Apple’s business growth. That number continues to grow, with all-time highs in every country and every service category, “a very important achievement,” Maestri said.

Apple iPhone tops 50% of U.S. smartphones for the first time

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