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Apple's iPhone 6s the world's most popular smartphone in Q2


Apple's iPhone 6s the world's most popular smartphone in Q2
Despite much handwringing about a supposed lack of interest in Apple's latest iPhone in comparison to the mega-cycle upgrade stoked by iPhone 6 at its launch in 2014, data from Strategy Analytics shows that iPhone 6s became "the world's most popular smartphone" in the June quarter.Apple's previous iPhone 6 sold 8.5 million units, which kept it narrowly ahead of Samsung's Galaxy S7 Edge with 8.3 million shipmentsA Strategy Analytics press release by executive director Neil Mawston noted that Apple sold 14.2 million iPhone 6s units in calendar Q2 2016.Mawston added, "Apple's iPhone 6s is currently the world's most popular smartphone.The iPhone 6s is wildly popular in dozens of countries globally, due to its attractive hardware design blended with rich features such as 4K video, large multi-touch display, and fingerprint security.


iPhone 6s is the bestselling smartphone in the United States and around the world


iPhone 6s is the bestselling smartphone in the United States and around the world
According to recent data from Strategy Analytics, Apple's iPhone 6s is the world's bestselling smartphone.Apple currently accounts for two of the three top selling smartphone models shipped worldwide – the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6.In second place between these two popular products is the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.


Apple bags almost 40 per cent of UK smartphone sales ahead of iPhone 7 launch


Apple bags almost 40 per cent of UK smartphone sales ahead of iPhone 7 launch
APPLE'S SHARE OF SMARTPHONE SALES in the UK continues to grow ahead of the impending launch of the iPhone 7.The latest numbers from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech reveal that OS accounted for almost 40 per cent of sales in the three months ending in July, which the research firm credited to impressive sales of the iPhone 6S and cheaper iPhone SE.Dominic Sunnebo, business unit director at Kantar, said: "In Great Britain, iOS achieved a 5.2 percentage point increase vs. a year ago, to account for 38 per cent of smartphone sales in the three months ending July 2016.


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