Are the iPhone and iPad losing their grip on the market? At least three Citi bank analysts think so. According to analysts Glen Yeung, Jim Suva and Walter H. Pritchard, estimates revealed that Apple will see a steady decline in the next few months over its high-demand products. And with
Apple’s iPhone 5 supplanted Samsung’s Galaxy S3 as the top-selling smartphone worldwide last quarter, reports Strategy Analytics. The Apple phone sold a staggering 27.4 million iPhone 5 units globally, capturing a 12.6 percent market share. Meanwhile, Samsung was unseated from the top spot, shipping 15.4 million Galaxy S3 units for
Let’s face it, the iPhone is everywhere. Commercials are on television, and any retailer worth its square footage carries the pertinent models. Sooner or later, though, the market will be saturated, right? At some point, iPhone sales will hit a bit of a dead end, right?