According to ComScore, the Apple makes up 10.2 percent of the US mobile marketshare. Samsung, LG and Motorola top the list at 25.3%, 20.6% and 13.8% respectively. Rim is down at 7.1%.
Looking at those numbers, it may seem somewhat low, but Apple has shown some growth while some of the others have stayed stagnant or even slowed:
As for smartphones, Apple’s iPhone makes up 27.4 percent of the market in the US. Google’s Android makes up 44.8 percent of the US smartphone market, which is some definite growth (faster than iOS growth). The thing to also know is that the iPhone 4 sales did slow around that period as users awaited the new iPhone (the iPhone 4S):
Symbian has fallen, and will probably continue to fall. Microsoft also fell slightly, but we wonder is Nokia’s new smartphones running on Windows will help to change that (while meaning the fall of Symbian).
We will also have to see how iOS and the iPhone do with the release of the iPhone 4S, which has been selling well. We already learned that it may pull in some major profits.