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Apple Drops To 4th Position In World's Top Smartphone Company After Their Market Share Drop 2 Points to 13 Percent.

Apple Drops To 4th Position In World's Top Smartphone Company After A Market Share Drop 2 Points to 13 Percent. It now sits behind Samsung, Huawei, and Oppo a Chinese smartphone brand that is lesser-known in the west. Sales of new iPhones have fallen recently.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

/ by Austin Hugs
The world most secured and expensive smartphone has been slashed down to 4th on the list of world smartphone markers. 


The US-headquartered tech company slipped to fourth place in an IHS Markit list of the world's top smartphone makers during the second quarter of 2019. It now sits behind Samsung, Huawei, and Oppo a Chinese smartphone brand that is lesser-known in the West. According to the IHS data, Apple shipped 35.3 million iPhones during the three months to the end of June, capturing 11% of the smartphone market. It was nudged down by Oppo, which shipped 36.2 million phones.
Samsung and Huawei despite all its recent troubles in the US shipped 75.1 and 58.7 million phones respectively. This gave them a 23% and 18% share of the market. iPhone sales fell at a record pace in the three months to end of March 2019 and continued to drop in the following quarter, falling by 11.8% to $26 billion .
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