Apple iPhone 15 sales didn’t go well but that has not affected the company’s growth in the global market. The newly released report by the well-known Counterpoint Research depicts that the American manufacturer holds 16% of the global smartphone market share.
Accordingly, the report reveals that the global smartphone market saw a decline of 8% YoY, but an expected growth of 2% QoQ in the third quarter of this year. While Samsung continued to lead the global market, Apple achieved the second position with good growth rates despite the iPhone 15 sales decline.
On the other hand, Xiaomi, OPPO, and Vivo managed to obtain the top five places in the ranking list. Even in the falling market, Apple is playing at the peak position. Perhaps, the company is likely to reach the success bar by the end of this year.