Smartphone sales at AT&T and Verizon Wireless over the past two years show that Android isn’t growing in the U.S. and that all new growth is coming from Apple’s iPhone.
A report by Benedict Evans highlights the clearly evident trends among American iPhone carriers (above).
Evans also drew attention to the cyclical nature of iPhone sales, which peaked at both AT&T and Verizon after the launch of the iPhone 4S in 2011 and the iPhone 5 last fall. Android phones aren’t doing that, however.
Transcript for Instant Index: Blackberry vs. iPhone, Battle of The Smartphone
We’ll turn now to the “instant index” on a saturday night. What’s trending this weekend. Starting with quite a hefty price.
People are now bidding more than $1700 to get their hands on the new blackberry z10. The new blackberry has been released in the uk, next week in canada, it’s unclear when here in the u. S.
Blackberry has lost a huge share of the market to the iphone in recent years. Next up here on the index tonight. Groundhog day and pennsylvania’s punxsutawney phil didn’t see his shadow today, which means an early spring.
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