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iPhone 5 set to continue majority trend

Apple is certainly enjoying the current trend seen at AT&T and Verizon, which show the majority of smartphone sales are going to Apple. It is expected that the iPhone 5 will continue to keep this majority trend, and this is only encouraged by the amount of people holding out for the iPhone 5 release date. We’ve heard that around 80 million people are ready to purchase the 6th generation phone at launch, and add this to the slowdown in current iPhone sales it shows that a new record is likely this year.

The second quarter of 2012 shows the majority of Verizon and AT&T smartphone sales were iPhone, and this is according to the quarterly financial results from both these companies. AT&T reported the iPhone made up 73 percent (3.7m) of its smartphones sales, and Verizon explained that 45 percent (2.7m) of its smartphone sales were Apple phones. Both of the companies reported lower Apple sales than the previous quarter, but this happens every year and with an iPhone 5 incoming it had been expected again.

T-Mobile doesn’t currently stock the iPhone, although it might get the iPhone 5, or 6, in 2013 and not at launch this year. Sprint sells the iPhone and makes up around one-sixth of mobile phone sales in the United States, although we don’t have their quarterly financial results at the time of writing.

It is pretty amazing how much of the mobile market the iPhone owns, and there is no other phone that comes anywhere near the number of sales Apple attracts. This trend is expected to continue with the iPhone 5, although there will be more competition with some amazing phones Samsung are launching. It is Samsung’s aim to beat Apple with a massive range of phones, rather than the limited options Apple provides with an iPhone, although with that said you still have to admire how Apple rules the market with one phone.

Are you picking up an iPhone 5 this year, which is expected to have a release date in October? You can also read about the possibility of a Steve Jobs limited edition phone in this article.

Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of product-reviews.net; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

Contact Daniel Chubb: daniel@product-reviews.net

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Jasvecht
Jasvecht

It’s not the 6th generation iPhone. 

iPhone
iPhone 2
iPhone 3
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7th generation 🙂

Jasvecht
Jasvecht

It’s not the 6th generation iPhone. 

iPhone
iPhone 2
iPhone 3
iPhone 3GS
iPhone 4
iPhone 4S
iPhone 5

7th generation 🙂

Smckee4555
Smckee4555

OK, heres a question. This is a site that reviews new products. What are they doing “reviewing” a product that doesn’t even exist? Except in the imaginations of Apple fanboys. Apple hasn’t announced specs, a date, or even if they’re going to release something. And its beong reviewed? Give me a break. Your credibility just went to zero. If you feel like pimping for a company that litigates rather than innovates, be my guest. Just remember that when people see that you’re printing the Appe press release verbatim, rather than actually checking out a new product, they have a tendency… Read more »

Makki
Makki

I may get the iphone next time my contract expires but i’m going with samsung S3 this time round as it’s got a much bigger screen and its well priced….you dont get much for your money with iphone

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