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Originally posted on VentureBeat:
In further proof the U.S. market is unlike any other in the smartphone industry, Apple’s iPhone grew market share in the last three months while Android held steady.
For that, Apple can thank T-Mobile.
“The highly anticipated release of the iPhone on T-Mobile has benefited iOS in the latest three month period, though it has not yet impacted T-Mobile’s share in the market,” said Dominic Sunnebo, director of market research firm Kantar, in a statement.
Android continues to lead the smartphone market share battle in the U.S. with 52 percent of the domestic market, according to Kantar Worldpanel data, while Apple slightly closed the gap, surging to 41.9 percent share in the quarter ending in May.
That’s up year-over-year from 38.4 percent in 2012, but down slightly sequentially, as Apple had taken 43.5 percent market share in the previous quarter.
But the most interesting numbers are elsewhere.
BlackBerry almost disappeared with…
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