For Apple, there is no problem with the global sales of its iPhone 13 series, but the slaughter list in the global sales list is a bit too ruthless.
Counterpoint Research previously reported that Apple sold seven of the top 10 best-selling smartphones throughout 2021, while five iPhones entered the list in April 2022, and the top four were all occupied by Apple.
The iPhone 13 was the best-selling product, capturing 5.5% of the overall market. Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Max came in second with 3.4% of sales.
In third place was the iPhone 13 Pro with 1.8%, while the iPhone 12 came in fourth with a 1.6% share.
The fifth and sixth places are Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G, accounting for 1.5% and Samsung Galaxy A13, accounting for 1.4%. Xiaomi is also a bright spot in the entire list, and its Redmi Note 11 LTE successfully ranks among them.
Counterpoint said: “The recently launched iPhone SE 2022 posted a triple-digit monthly growth rate and entered the top 10. The new iPhone SE took the seventh place, which, after rounding, also accounted for 1.4%. The model’s performance in Japan Particularly well, it topped the sales charts in April, capturing 18% of the Japanese smartphone market. However, it didn’t do as well in the US.”
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