Sprint and AT&T report that unless it's got an Apple logo on its backside, people don't want it
Sure, we all know the Apple iPhone is popular. It seems like everyone and their mother has one. So this news may come as no surprise: The Apple iPhone continues to crush the competition.
According to market analyst Mike Walkley, "iPhones are outselling all other smartphones combined at Sprint and AT&T and selling at roughly equal volume to all Android smartphones at Verizon." With those kind of sales, is it any wonder that Apple is currently the world's most valuable company?
Can Apple continue its dominance over the market? There are a number of hot new smartphones out there there like the Nokia Lumia 900 with a shot at stealing some attention from Apple. The Samsung Galaxy line is selling well too, and will likely grow in market share, according to Walkley. Then again, Apple is expected to announce and release its iPhone 5 later this year, which could suck all the air out of an already rareified room.
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