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  • whataposdisis1 whataposdisis1 Apr 1, 2013 11:53 AM Flag

    FACT AAPL's smart phones are not yet sold in all markets WORLD WIDE...

    ...but Samsung's are,..thus *johnnie_beans* was posting SELECTIVE misinformation/disinformation in a effort to BASH, as of course Samsung would have a large lead over AAPL WORLD WIDE.

    BUT,...THAT IS NOT THE TRUTH PICTURE as in the US, AAPL and it's iPhone's CONTINUE TO HAVE A COMMANDING MARKET SHARE LEAD ON ALL IT'S COMPETITORS, INCLUDING SAMSUNG!!

    In fact, markets share numbers show that while Samsung has indeed gained markets share in the US,...IT HAS COME FROM THE REST OF THE PACK AS IN THE US, ...WHERE IT COUNTS MOST FOR IT'S STOCK, THE U.S. MARKET, .....AAPL IS STILL THE DOMENTINT #1 CELL PHONE MAKER.

    In fact it's not only STILL #1 a recent report from the INDEPENDANT sector analysis firm "Yankee Group" from March 19, 2013, it states :

    "While Samsung updated the internals and the software, the S IV is just another iteration on the Galaxy design to be slightly bigger, faster and with a few new apps," noted the firm's VP of Research Carl Howe.

    "We fully expect the Galaxy S IV to be an excellent flagship phone for Samsung, but Yankee Group doesn’t see the S IV allowing Samsung to gain ground against Apple in the crucial U.S. market.

    Based on data collected in the Yankee Group’s March 2013 US Consumer Survey, "only about 15 percent of consumers intend to buy a Samsung phone within the next six months, while 40 percent intend to buy Apple iPhones within that period," the firm reported.

    "That’s actually a slight decline from the December quarter. Further, Samsung isn’t generating the same kind of brand loyalty that Apple owners have; in that same survey, only 61 percent of Samsung owners intend to buy another Samsung as their next smartphone; that contrasts dramatically with 85 percent of Apple iPhone owners intending to buy another iPhone," Howe wrote.

    ****"Unless Samsung works very hard to change consumers’ minds in the next six months, we actually see Apple gaining ownership share on Samsung in the U.S. in 2013 rather than the other way around." *****

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