In recent news, with 43.1% of all U.S. smartphone subscribers choosing iPhone between January and April, Apple extended their share of the market by 1.8%. Samsung came in second, but saw their share of the pie contract 0.7% points to 28.6% during the same period. Read more
After passing the 80% mark a couple of weeks ago, and less than a month before WWDC 2015, Apple’s mobile operating system now shows that it’s powering 82% of iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. Read more
Apple remained the market leader in enterprise mobile device activations for the first quarter of 2015. However, competitors are slowly eating away at iPad’s tablet share, this is according to Good Technology. Read more
Apple recently released a new trade-in initiative geared toward Android phone owners who would like to upgrade to an iPhone. Part of Apple’s existing Reuse and Recycling Program, the non-iPhone trade-in is now kicking-off in the United States and several European countries, including the United Kingdom, France and Italy. Read more
New adoption rate figures of iOS is back with up-to-date information and statistics straight from Apple, and these stats indicate that iOS 8 is slowly but surely finding its way to users iPhone and other iOS devices. Read more
Own an Android but want an iPhone? Apple is currently working on a new system that will allow owners of other Smartphone devices to trade in and Switch to an iPhone.
In recent news, the latest numbers from research firm IDC simply revealed that the smartphone market continues to be a big race between iOS and Android, which accounted for 19.7% and 76.6% market share in the fourth quarter respectively. Read more
On Wednesday, TechCrunch relayed new survey by market research firm Kantar Worldpanel. Kantar simply underlines a small highlight for Apple’s global rivalry with Android as the company overtook Android vendors in terms of units shipped in the United States, this happened during the last three months of 2014. Read more
A new video is starting to make the rounds across the blogosphere, showcasing how the iPhone 6 stacks up against previous iPhone handsets, as well as how the dummy versions of the 4.7 and 5.5 inch iPhone 6 measure up against popular Android devices.
Indisputable evidence has emerged indicating that owners of the iPhone are a higher class of people and a better breed of human.