PiXel Super Fan, 19 Apr 2019Fuchsia OS is the beginning of the end of iOSThat will never happen. Mark my word. If iOS dies, Google would dominate smartphone market. There would be no competition. Which is bad for consumers.
and if Huawei was not shunned then Apples figures would be even poorer.
Liars! ! This cirp(A), also known as, consumer intelligence research partners for apple are yet again, declaring the absolute falls! the whole falls , and nothing but the false statements regarding the so-called, good sales of their iToy!... Simply because they want to condition our minds for us to believe, that their toy phone, is still somewhat better compared to the galaxy s10 family. Are we going to believe in this trash news?
I wonder how much have the Q1 results been influenced by the fact that the S10 line has hit the market later so some potential buyers have been holding on. Q2 numbers might show a shift in the top positions :)
Duck of death, 19 Apr 2019The app "investment" is a pseudo-expense. Most app accounts are transferable to Android apps. ... moreI thought someone had disproved that myth already. No matter what OS you consider, you have users who don't like to pay for apps so they won't, and users who don't care so they will. Even on iOS, you can live happily ever after without paying for the usual apps. Is there any recent study comparing the paid x free apps on different OSs?
Radhivan, 20 Apr 2019Thanks to Thrump, if he didn't kick Huawei and let Xiaomi in, the story will be different.ÂÂ”Thanks to Thrump, if he didn't kick Huawei and let Xiaomi in, the story will be different.ÂÂ”
Yes Samsung would be far behind Apple. Good for Samsung that Huawei canÂÂ’t sell their phones in US.
They got support from gov, it's impossible if they can't do that much. They can ask uncle to ban anything that threatening their hegemony anyway.
Thanks to Thrump, if he didn't kick Huawei and let Xiaomi in, the story will be different.
After using an XR and Note 8 next to each other daily I have to say that the XR is a pleasure to use and I much prefer it over the note 8. However when it comes to Netflix the XR doesn't come close to the note 8.
Out of Control, 20 Apr 2019No offence, but Americans aren't the sharpest tools in the box. I'm not even sure if I believe... moreNo offence, but sounds like you are in very big denial
ÂÂ”Record Number of U.S. Teens Expect Next Phone to be an iPhone
83% of U.S. teens own an iPhone, according to the latest ÂÂ“Taking Stock With TeensÂÂ” survey from investment bank Piper Jaffray. The survey also found that 86% of U.S. teens expect their next mobile phone to be an Apple device.ÂÂ”
No offence, but Americans aren't the sharpest tools in the box. I'm not even sure if I believe these figures anyway. I think they would say that they are maintaining share, but in reality I'm sure it has fallen. Their smartphones are just way off being close to competitors.
Japan the only country in the world with highest market share for iOS. Above 70%. Can't believe Apple is losing in their own homeland.
Galaxy Note 10, 19 Apr 2019exactly! the eco system!! enough said!!Google translate much?
Manchito, 19 Apr 2019No surprise. See who is their presidentWhat does this have to do with buying a smartphone? It's not like the US government ordered their people to buy an iPhone. Contrary to your logic, Trump actually hates Apple immensely.
Less sales, more pain for Apple fans as they need to shoulder the responsibility of bankrolling profits by paying more and more everytime they purchase iPhones!!
Yuri, 19 Apr 2019It's understable. Some people like it or unknown alternatives. Others simply want show the App... moreThe app "investment" is a pseudo-expense. Most app accounts are transferable to Android apps. most other expenses you've made are one offs that you're not benefiting from any more no matter what device you own.