In the second quarter of this year, although iPhone sales are the slowest, iPhone did not outweigh the sales of US smartphones because consumers are waiting for new models announced in September.
Counterpoint research includes snippets in today's new report.
Apple's iPhone remains the most popular model in both online and offline channels.
Because this report is focused on the performance of online sales channels, we do not mention the details of the brand comparison rather than the retailer's website.
There, he points out that apple.com was watching the deterioration of online sales that was expected to be sitting fourth in 8% of online smartphone sales. Amazon occupied 23% of the market, Verizon gained 12%, Best Buy 9%.
Generally, although premium smartphones are purchased online, not offline, Apple pointed out that the numbers are distorting numbers.
Online sales of price ranges for middle and middle middle layers have a higher share compared to offline sales [while] Offline sales tend to go well at the low end […] But, [the premium] It is mainly dominated by Apple 's online store and not so much Samsung.
Gartner reports that Huawei is guaranteed to overtake Apple in the second quarter and reverse in the third quarter.
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