Tuesday, 7 October 2008

Apple iPhone takes 17% of the US smartphone market

Researchers at the NPD Group have calculated that the Apple's iPhone devices now account for 17% of the US smartphone market, up from 11% earlier this year. And apparently 30% of all 3G iPhone buyers in the US switched from another network, which is good news for AT&T, Apple's exclusive network partner in the 'States. Average industry churn in the USA is estimated to be 23%. [Source: cnet.com]

1 comment:

Mark @ The Fonecast said...

Piper Jaffray says that 8% of US students currently own iPhones and 22% expect to buy an iPhone in the next 6 months. [Source: iLounge.com]