The iPhone no longer awakens as many passions as before. The Cupertino are maintaining a conservative stance with their smartphones and play their cards little by little. That is why we do not see drastic external design changes, although in the interior they do exist and achieve, year after year, create a device with a performance far superior to those of the competition.
Year after year, the market share of the iPhone in Europe continues to decline. In the second quarter of 2019 has fallen by 17%, according to data provided by Canalys. However, it still holds in third position after Samsung and Huawei, and remains ahead of Xiaomi and HMD Global, as collected by 9to5Mac.
Samsung is the big beneficiary occupying 40% of the market
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus are the last flagships of the South Korean company
IPhone sales have fallen from 7.7 million in the second period of 2018 to 6.4 million in the same quarter of this year. This has resulted in an increase in sales for Samsung, which have gone from 15.3 million to 18.3 million. However, this increase has not been thanks to its range caps, but to the A series, mid-range terminals with a more contained price, such as the Galaxy A10, A20e, A40 and A50, since the flagships of the South Korean move in a price range quite similar to those of Apple.
Although Huawei occupies the second position in market share, its sales have fallen by 16% worldwide, partly due to import restrictions from the United States. Xiaomi has taken this opportunity and has achieved a 48% increase with 4.3 million smart mobile phones.
It is expected that in September Apple present your new generation of smartphones, as he has been doing for several years. Although there is nothing confirmed, it is believed that the triple rear camera and support for Apple Pencil, in addition to one of the models could carry the last name "Pro" and slow motion at 120fps on the front lens.
Share The market share of iPhone in Europe falls by 17%, and Samsung benefits from it by prices, but without its flagships