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Apple's smartphone share to peak at 22% in 2013 as Samsung sees growth

Apple's smartphone share to peak at 22% in 2013 as Samsung sees growth

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Apple's share of the worldwide smartphone market will peak this year at 22 per cent, and then remain flat through 2018, according to a new market forecast from ABI Research. The tech giant will continue to come in second to rival Samsung, which is expected to hold the top spot in the smartphone market for years to come. Samsung's market share grew from 8 per cent in 2010 to more than 30 per cent last year, ABI senior analyst Michael Morgan, said in a...



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