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Even more evidence that the iPhone 5c is a flop across the globe

14
Mar
2014

Odd though it may seem, selling a significantly less powerful and less appealing smartphone for barely any discount compared to your flagship smartphone isn’t a good idea. We have seen countless signs that Apple’s iPhone 5c has been a pretty magnificent flop thus far, and now we have one more to add to the growing collection. As shared by Andreessen Horowitz analyst Benedict Evans, the following chart shows iPhone market share on Chinese analytics company Umeng’s network within the first six  months of each launch: The graph paints a fairly clear picture. At the start of fourth month following the iPhone 5′s debut in 2012, the handset’s share of traffic on the Umeng network was nearly 7%. In the same amount of

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