Latest data from Kantar shows consumers are making the most of reduced COVID restrictions, allowing for a more personalised in-store smartphone purchasing experience, although in-store shopping experiences are something many people are finding challenging in Australia due to ongoing COVID lockdowns that either continue or have ended but could start up again at any time.
The global telecom software and services market in 2019 grew about 1% to US$66.9 billion, with Nokia again ranked as the top service provider by market share with approximatelly US$4. billion, according to the rankings by research firm Analysys Mason in its latest annual report.
Ride-share company Uber has overtaken the taxi industry in the battle for marketshare, with a greater proportion of Australians now using Uber compared with taxis, according to newly published research.
With interactive mobile gaming something Aussies enjoy, iPads are the top way to work and play, while Androids suffer market share losses not just from iPads but Windows 2-in-1s opening doors to consumer preferences.
Gartner's "preliminary" data shows the worldwide PC market grew for the first time in six years, at 1.4%, while in APAC, PC shipments showed only a 0.1% increase from the second quarter of 2017, but it's not yet a recovery.
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In the three months ending May 2017, iOS performance proved strong in the US, Australia, and Japan, with Android making strong gains in the UK, Germany, and France, with little year-on-year movement in China.
As sales of PCs decline for 11 straight quarters, with Gartner stats showing a further 4.2% decline in Q2 2017, and IDC a 3.3% decline in the same period, Mac marketshare is up.
Kantar Worldpanel Comtech’s latest OS marketshare stats have arrived, revealing gains for iOS in most markets except China and Japan, where iOS fell, with a big gain for Android in China but a big loss in the US.
The PC — desktop, notebook, all-in-one — market has been declining for years, cannibalised by the uptake of the smartphone as a primary computing and Internet access device. But it is not all bad news for some makers who have seen growth in the hybrid form-factor segment.
Android has grown in most markets with "increased demand for lower-cost" devics, while iPhone SE sales are "strong" in the UK.
iOS market share dipped significantly in China and Japan, while holding its own with slight growth in the US, according to a new global report. Meanwhile, Android market share continued to grow in most markets except the US where it showed a slight decline.
While Android’s share of the market remains high, Apple’s iPhone SE has joined the top 10 list in the US, Britain, France and China.
In what should come as no surprise to anyone, some US iPhone buyers in August were waiting for new 6s models to arrive in September.
Although 12% lower than at the same time last year, Samsung sold 99 million smartphones in Q1 2015, eclipsing Apple’s 61.2 million in the same timeframe.
Kantar’s latest Worldpanel ComTech smartphone stats show big iPhone sales in China, with a rise in European marketshare and a slight dip in the US.
The latest Kantar Worldpanel ComTech stats have arrived, showing growth for iOS in many markets, while Android’s share in the US has fallen for the first time since September 2013.
Kantar’s latest smartphone sales data, over 3 months to Sept 2014, shows 73.9% share for Android in Europe, 15.4% for Apple and Windows Phone at 9.2%, with high demand for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
It’s all over the news: Mac sales growth is leaving PC makers panting, while Mac sales are outselling iPads in the ‘fiscal fourth quarter’, but is this any surprise?
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