iPhones Are Still The Best Selling Smartphones In These Markets

By now we are pretty sure that most of you may have read how Android leads the operating system industry by being the most used and popular around the world, today we are here to reveal that, at the same time, iPhone has also continued to be the best selling model in so many countries throughout the years.

While the experts keep on sharing their speculations and predictions about the fall of Apple, some new statistics published by Counterpoint show that the domination of iPhones is not only real but it won’t be ending any time soon.

If we look at the United States alone, iPhone 11 Pro has grabbed the biggest market share followed up by a surprising entry of South Koreans’ Galaxy A10e. Samsung Galaxy A20 came third, with iPhone XR and iPhone 11 Pro Max securing the fourth and fifth places, in the list, respectively.

The situation is even worse for Android phones as in the United Kingdom too iPhones secured four of the top five spots in the list of best selling phones. Galaxy A71 was the only Samsung phone to grab the fifth spot in the similar list.

Another case is of the Chinese as you would expect China to stay loyal with Android but sadly for the Google community, Chinese too, love using the iPhones as according to the statistics coming from the region, iPhone 11 has been sold like hotcakes. Oppo A8 stood second there, followed by Huawei Honor 9X, Vivo Y3, and Huawei Mate 30 5G.

Apart from all the stats that are shown above, Apple is gearing up to launch its newest line up of iPhones which will release as four different models focused to cater users with varying needs and budgets. However, there hasn’t been any official release data announced because of the global COVID-19 pandemic that took place in the last few months.

As insider reports suggest an October release, there is one thing for sure that whenever the new iPhones will come out, Apple will grow even more because of the suspense built around the 5G model.

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