As the new iPhone trio lived through its second week of existence, the initial hype is starting to wear off. Even the start of the sales of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus on Friday didn't help much and the Plus dropped from our top 10 chart.
The iPhone X held on to the first spot, but it's advantage over the Note8 is now minimal and chances are we'll have a new leader come week 39.
The iPhone 8 slipped to third, ahead of the resurgent Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro. The Xiaomi Mi A1, also improved and is now in fifth.
The Galaxy S8 got sixth, ahead of the third Apple smartphone on the chart - the returning iPhone 6s.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 is another phone to come back to the top 10, snatching the eight spot, while the vivo V7+ maintained its ninth position.
The Nokia 6 just held onto the last spot on the popularity chart.
I'm going to post questions about the operation of a phone in an article dealing with "phones of the week" because it is so on-topic.
There has to be some J7 in the top 10 throughout the year! (thats weird)
Well if you dont have a computer than you just have to pay and go apple way as I dont think there is a way to jailbreak without computer