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Apple trounces Samsung with 42% of U.S. smartphone market in 2013

17
Jan
2014

Android has become the worldwide operating system of choice, but the most popular Android manufacturer is still struggling to catch up with Apple in the United States. The latest report from The NPD Group shows that Apple’s market share has grown to 42% in 2013, a 7% jump over last year and a discouraging statistic for Samsung, which grew from 22% to 26%. Samsung’s 4% growth is noteworthy, but as smartphone saturation and an increasingly competitive market begin to weigh down on sales, the South Korean company will have even fewer opportunities to take the lead. The NPD Group also reports that the amount of cellphone owners with smartphones increased from 52% to 60%, despite the fact that only three

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