Apple’s iPhone XR dominated weak US smartphone market in January

The full results are obviously not in for 2019’s first calendar quarter, which hasn’t even ended yet, but at least as far as the US smartphone market is concerned, early estimates don’t look particularly encouraging. According to Counterpoint Research, January sales were down in the country 2.7 percent compared to last year, which may not sound so bad… until you realize this is the 14th straight month of year-on-year decline.

In other words, US smartphone sales numbers have been falling without interruption (or any sign of a recovery) since November 2017, hitting just 13.7 …

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