Apple is currently smartMobile phoneThe main competitor is Samsung. The two companies are in a stalemate in the US mobile phone market and will basically take the top spot in US smartphone sales. In the quarterly report ending March this year, the Consumer Intelligence Research Partner (CIRP) tracked the number of activations of US smartphones and found that Apple surpassed Samsung by a slight advantage.
According to the data, Apple accounts for up to 36% of all activated smartphones, followed by Samsung with 34%. LG and Motorola are the second echelon, accounting for 11% and 10% respectively, and there is a clear gap between Apple and Samsung. Although the market share of Apple equipment in the US market has steadily increased since 2018, it is still lower than the first quarter of 2017 and 2016, when Apple accounted for 40%.
CIRP partner and co-founder Mike Levin wrote: "Depending on the new product release cycle, Samsung's share in the US market fluctuates between 30% and 39%. Apple fluctuates between 29% and 40%. In the second echelon, Motorola began to erode LG's market share and is expected to sit on the third spot of American smartphones."