ComScore: iPhone barely edges Android’s growth in U.S.

ComScore: iPhone barely edges Android’s growth in U.S.

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New Between February and May this year, Apple’s iPhone saw a sliver of growth in smartphone market share in the U.S., where it accounts for a little over 30 percent of all smartphone subscriptions. Meanwhile Android saw smaller growth, but is still the most prevalent OS on smartphones, with a...
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