According to recently released information from Counterpoint Research, Apple maintains its position atop the “global best-selling smartphone list.” Apple dominated the rankings for the month of April, taking four of the top five spots and five of the top 10 spots overall. Overall, the “top 10 models captured 21 percent of the total smartphone market.”
The iPhone 13 continues to be the most popular smartphone around the world, accounting for 5.5 percent of the total sales of smartphones during the month of April. The iPhone 13 Pro Max, which is currently the most expensive model of iPhone available, came in as the runner-up with 3.4 percent of the total sales.
With 1.8 percent and 1.6 percent of sales, respectively, the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 12 rounded out Apple’s top four positions in the smartphone market. Both the fifth and sixth places were taken by Samsung, and the seventh spot went to the iPhone SE (2022).
Counterpoint had a few specific details to share regarding the iPhone, including the following:
Increased demand in Japan and India was a primary factor in the success of the iPhone 12.
The iPhone SE 2022 achieved month-on-month growth of triple digits, driven primarily by the Japanese market, where it accounted for 18 percent of total smartphone sales for the month.
Unlike the iPhone 12 from the previous year, the iPhone 13 that is not a Pro model “has maintained a lead every month since launch.”
It is recommended that you read the complete report that was produced by Counterpoint Research because it contains information on the smartphone industry as a whole as well as other companies that produce smartphones.