Apple and Samsung, which sell smartphones through carriers, together have taken a 90 percent share of carrier channels, while LG, Moto and OnePlus can only split up to 10 percent, according to statistics this week. Statistics from Flurry Analytics are yet another example of Apple’s huge influence in the U.S., with the iPhone accounting for 43 percent of U.S. phone sales between Christmas and the New Year, followed by Samsung at 23.5 percent.
Of all the active device models, the iPhone 11 has the highest magnitude of 6.16 per cent, followed by the iPhone XR at 5.27 per cent, with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 ahead of the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Surprisingly, there is only one Android phone in the TOP10 activation, and it’s Xiaomi 4 LTE (2%), which Xiaomi released five years ago. It seems that for most American consumers, the iPhone is the first choice, and then it’s cheap enough to make it a Christmas present for both self-use and sending people.
Apple will release its new earnings on January 28th, when it will hand over a question worth the answer.