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The demand for the iPhone 13 is simply prohibitive. Apple’s share is growing, and Samsung’s is falling

The demand for the iPhone 13 is simply prohibitive. Apple’s share is growing, and Samsung’s is falling

Although it will be one year since the iPhone 13 was released, many people are eagerly awaiting the iPhone 14 release. However, the iPhone 13’s sales are still very high.

Canalys’ Q2 smartphone sales report showed that global sales fell 9%, while Apple’s market share grew 3 percentage points to 17%. Canalys confirmed that this was due to the iPhone’s highest demand 13.

Canalys forecasted that Apple’s sales would drop by $ 8 Billion due to shortages of components in April. The iPhone 13’s steady sales confirm that everything is fine with Apple, at least in its mobile phone division. We will learn more about the sales in the other divisions after publication of Apple’s financial reports, July 28.

Samsung remains the market leader in global smartphone sales with 21% of the total, but this has dropped by 3 percentage points. Galaxy A smartphones in the middle and low-price segments are the best-selling models.

With shares of 14% to 10%, Vivo and Vivo respectively, they were the top five manufacturers.

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