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Apple still top US smartphone manufacturer, according to comScore

Research firm comScore showed that Apple still remains the top US smartphone manufacturer.

Apple stills comes out in front as the top smartphone manufacturer, but they did experience a small drop from 41.8% to 41.7%. Samsung is up next, also with a drop, from 29.7% to 28.6%, but LG managed to pick up some shares, from 7.6% up to 8.3%. Motorola lost very little from 5.2$% to 5.1% while HTC went up to 3.8% from 3.7%.

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Apple is still the number one US smartphone maker, according to comScore

The latest data from research firm comScore shows that Apple remains the top smartphone OEM in the US, with a 41.3% share in January 2015.

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Apple leads smartphone charge claiming most market share

ComScore had released its mobile market share data for the September 2014. In terms of OEM market share, Apple took the lead with 41.7 percent market share whereas Android was seen as the leading platform with its market share divided between Samsung, LG, Motorola, and HTC. On the Android device manufacturer side, both Samsung (29%) and LG (6.9%) showed a slight uptick in market share compared with the prior quarter ended in June, whereas both Motorola (5.4%) and HTC (4.4%) suffered a small decline of 0.5 and 0.4 percentage points respectively.

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Latest comScore numbers show US residents keep buying lots of iPhones

The latest data from research firm comScore shows that the leading smartphone OEM in the US continues to be Apple, claiming 42.4 percent of the industry's market share in July, up from 41.4 percent in April, thanks to sales of its iPhone products. Samsung is second with 28.4 percent, up from 27.7 percent. LG is a distant third with 6.4 percent, followed by Motorola at 5.7 percent and HTC at 4.7 percent.

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Latest comScore numbers show jump in iPhone use in the US

The research firm comScore has released its latest report on the smartphone industry market share in the United States, this time for June 2014. The new info shows that the leading smartphone OEM in the US continues to be Apple, claiming 42.1 percent of all US smartphone owners in June for its iPhone, up compared to 41.4 percent in March.

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New comScore data shows Apple as number one smartphone maker in US

comScore has released its latest report on the smartphone industry market share in the United States, this time for May 2014. The new info shows that the leading smartphone OEM in the US continues to be Apple, with 41.9 percent of subscribers in May, up from 41.2 percent in February,

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Latest comScore report shows Apple as top phone maker in the United States

ComScore has released data for smartphone industry market share in the United States for April 2014. According to the data, Apple is the leading smartphone manufacturer with command of 41.4 percent of the market share while Google leads the platform market with its Android OS with 52.5 percent of the market. As to the most used smartphone app? Facebook ranks at the top.

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Apple stays strong in the U.S. market, still the top OEM

The new U.S. smartphone market share numbers for February 2014 from comScore show Android made a slight gain since last November. Android grew from 51.9 percent to 52.1, while Apple gained 0.1 percentage points to hit 41.3 percent. BlackBerry saw a dip, while Microsoft climbed ever so slightly to hit 3.4 percent market share.

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U.S. iPhone adoption growth remains strong, Android slowing down

ComScore has published their research of the U.S. smartphone market for April 2012, and found that Samsung is still the top U.S. mobile manufacturer, while Apple is trailing in third place.

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iOS might not be behind Android in U.S. smartphone market share after all

NPD and comScore recently released quarterly research figures over the last few days which suggested that Android was beating out iPhone in the U.S., but some digging into the numbers are showing that might not be the case.

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