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Apple iPhone Gains U.S. Market Share
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3/22/2013 | 6:44:32 PM
re: Apple iPhone Gains U.S. Market Share
I donG«÷t think that this is a surprise; I mean it was close but I just assumed iPhone would win. I attended a seminar the other day and the gentleman stated that 80% of students that are attending college as freshman are all using Apple products. I knew that Samsung would be shortly behind in second, but I still love their products regardless of who controls the market share. It will be interesting to see these results for the upcoming year, because there are going to be plenty of great competition.

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