Apple nabs 51% of North American smartphone market in Q1, aided by iPhone 13 (NASDAQ:AAPL)

Apple nabs 51% of North American smartphone market in Q1, aided by iPhone 13 (NASDAQ:AAPL)

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Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) experienced much more than 50 percent of the North American smartphone industry as of the close of the initially quarter, aided by buyer need for the Iphone 13, analysis organization Canalys claimed on Thursday.

The investigation company famous that the general market place, which grew 4% calendar year-in excess of-year, was propelled in element by 19.9 million units currently being delivered of Apple (AAPL) products, up from 16.9 million in the year-in the past time period, up 19% 12 months-around-12 months.

Canalys also pointed out that the Apple iphone SE, which was announced and released through the quarter, assisted Apple’s (AAPL) figures.

“The North American smartphone market has been buoyed by Apple’s sturdy progress,” stated Canalys Analyst Brian Lynch in a statement, adding that the “high popularity” of the Apple iphone 13 was the key driver.

“With worldwide demand from customers far more unsure, Apple has shifted far more gadgets back again into North America following prioritizing other locations in Q4 2021, permitting it to larger satisfy demand and provide on backorders from the preceding quarter,” Lynch added.

In addition, Canalys located that Samsung (OTC:SSNLF) saw its market share drop 1% to 27% of the market place, even though shipments climbed 1% yr-above-yr to 10.5 million phones.

Rounding out the major 5 were Lenovo, TCL and Google (GOOG) (GOOGL), accounting for 10%, 4% and 3% of the sector, respectively.

Google (GOOG) (GOOGL) saw the best growth, raising its shipments 380% calendar year-more than-12 months to 1.2 million models, up from 200,000 in the yr-in the past time period.

Separately on Thursday, investment organization Bank of America elevated its estimates for Apple’s (AAPL) Iphone, noting it may have been far too conservative.