There's all sorts of ways to spin numbers to make anyone look better or worse.
Here in the Land Of The Morning Calm Apple iPhone sales have dropped 33.3% from last year.
Although Apple is still the number one foreign smart phone manufacturer operating in Korea compared to Motorola, Sony, HTC, Nokia, and Blackberry, which each having <1% market share, Apple is feeling the pressure from domestic manufacturers like Samsung, LG, and Pantech. Since 2010, Samsung's market share has risen to a commanding 65% while the two other Korean manufacters, Pantech and LG, have each grown to 15%. During this same period, Apple's market share has dropped from 23.2% down to 3.2%.
I wonder why Dish Network wants T-mobile? For the spectrum, to branch out? Makes no sense to me. I understand every company wants to grow and diversity but this would be an odd marriage. As for the iPhone sells. We will see 6 months to a year down the line how well this works. If T-mobile can steal customers from other companies than good for them but I still do not see this bringing in that many new customers when T-mobile is behind everyone else is data speed.
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"Apple's market share has dropped from 23.2% down to 3.2%" ref:SmogHog
That pretty much tells a good part of the story. If you arrive late for the train you generally miss said train!
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