iOS share of smartphone purchasing in Australia has seen a decline of 2.9% from 46% in the three months ending December 2017 to 43.1% in the three months ending December 2018, according to the latest global report of OS shares of smartphone purchasing from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
Apple’s share of global smartphone sales leapt significantly in the three months to the end of September, with the iPhone X remaining the top selling device for the quarter and reaching its highest share yet of 9.1%.
Apple spends just US$443 (A$610) on the components for its iPhone XS Max (256GB) and sells it for US$1249 (A$1721) in the United States, according to a teardown by the Canadian firm TechInsights.
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