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Thursday, 17 August 2017

The iPhone 7 is still the most popular smartphone in the world



The iPhone 7 is a device that is about to fulfill the year of age , has suffered the launch of the terminals of major brands this year. Apple has not yet introduced its high-end terminal in 2017, but consumers do not care.

While companies like Samsung have bet everything by their new terminals designing screens that break all schemes , users still prefer to find a terminal as simple, powerful and beautiful as the iPhone 7. This we do not say, the numbers say.


The iPhone 7 gives the face to its younger competitors


Apple has sold about 16.9 million iPhone 7 and 15.1 million iPhone 7 Plus in the quarter between April and June. Not at all worrisome, they make it clear that the iPhone is still at the bottom of the canyon.

The design, applications and the wide variety of accessories that we can find in the market for the iPhone make it much more desirable for consumers , compared to the innovations of other brands with very similar prices. Something has the apple that entices us all.


Samsung has not been able to with Apple


Samsung's Infinity Display has not been able to beat Apple's 2016 model , the Korean company has accumulated 10.2 million sales for the Galaxy S8 and 9 million sales for the S8 +. Quite lower figures that mark the victory of Apple, in the year 2017 without having yet presented its terminal (or terminals).

We can not deny that they are tremendously positive figures for Samsung , the Android operating system is very divided and we can find many terminals for very different prices. Having reached 19.2 million buyers in the quarter of its launch, it catapults Samsung as the industry leader. Android, of course.

Those in Cupertino know how to do well, just as they know that sales figures are going to fall this quarter due to the expectation of many consumers for the output of the iPhone 8, so we should not be frightened by future figures.

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