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  • sameas55 sameas55 Feb 4, 2013 4:16 PM Flag

    Truth CNBC "infomercial program" doesn't want you to know:

    1-Booming Sales of iPhone 5 Drive Apple to #1 in U.S.
    2-Apple surpasses Samsung as top US cellphone vendor
    3-Apple's margins predicted to change & improve with the seasons.
    4-Apple becomes ‘most popular mobile vendor’ in global internet usage.
    5-Apple prepping ‘iPhone Plus’ with 5-inch display.
    6-Apple Grabs 70% of Global Smartphone Profits in Q4 Despite all the Talk of Samsung being the New Mob
    7-Apple now makes more money from iTunes than it does from the iPod.
    8-Gartner: By 2014, Apple will be as accepted by enterprise IT as Microsoft is today
    10-Apple prepping ‘iPhone Plus’ with 5-inch display.
    11-Apple execs, Turkish president in talks to supply 15 million students with iPads in $4.5 billion deal.

    12-With all the talk in the press about Samsung being the king of smartphones, the real stats show a much different picture. It was reported last week that Apple has surpassed Samsung to become the top mobile-phone maker in the U.S. and a new report issued by Hong Kong's Counterpoint Research clearly acknowledges that Apple nabbed 70% of the global smartphone profits, Samsung 25% and Nokia 2%. How great is Samsung's leadership when they could only muster about a third of Apple's profits while offering 5 to 10 more smartphone models than Apple? It just goes to prove that Samsung's so-called smartphone leadership is in bravado alone pumped up by the press who thinks that market share is the only measure of leadership

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