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Apple Losing Grip over Smart-Phone Market and Samsung Gaining

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    Apple Losing Grip over Smart-Phone Market and Samsung Gaining

    Whenever we think about Smartphone, two names come to mind frequently. One is Samsung and the other is Apple. Apple’s Smartphones have ruled over the Smartphone world consecutively for almost 10 years. Its Graphical User Interface, (GUI) drove the world crazy in pursuit of iPhone. With its HD graphics and high processing power, Apple became the number one Smartphone retailer in the world.

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    It is interesting to note that iPhone covered 73% of the total budget required to operate Apple Company. This turnover gave Apple more power to invest in their other projects such as, iPod, iPad, Mac OS, etc. Soon in 2007, iPhone ruled over the minds of people. They would do anything and pay any cost to buy iPhone. They would stand for hours in line to buy iPhone. But recently in 2013, Samsung, Apple’s worst competitor, started launching comparable smart phones, which changed the minds of people. In the beginning, Apple didn’t care about competition from Samsung, as it was not a very big company. However, later, by the time Samsung launched its Galaxy S and Y series, Apple stock prices began to decrease gradually.

    Apple tried to cover this loss and maintain its position by introducing a new version of IOS. But people started switching their smart phones from IOS to Android as Google took ownership of Android. The new version idea was half as successful as it made two standards of Smartphones. One was Samsung and the second was Apple. People liked both Smartphones and got confused. They liked Android for its wide range of apps and ease of access those having a simple Google account. On the other hand, they also liked the butter soft touch of iPhone, its HD graphics along and high processing power.

    These to Smartphone powers did everything to make their company number one in market. The battle took the form of patent wars or apps copying. The war is still being fought by these two companies, but the user demand for the Galaxy series has declared Samsung winner of this war. Galaxy series provided high processing power, HD graphics, large storage, efficient memory and soft touch at reasonable prices. iPhone’s price is considered expensive by customers.
    Recently in 2014, with the launch of Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5 (coming soon), Apple predicted its loss and launched another project to invest in China’s Smartphone market. Galaxy series also gave users the taste of Quad-core and Octa-core processing power.

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    Re: Apple Losing Grip over Smart-Phone Market and Samsung Gaining

    yes you are right. but samsung is a culprit . I am Apple user. Samsung copied everything for Apple and then applied in there Galaxy models and nothing. and secondly they (samsung) used to make humiliated advertisements of apple . Is this fare?. its not mean that I love Apple just a general discussion buddy. Even blackberry is not out of the race they both have targeted Apple .

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    Re: Apple Losing Grip over Smart-Phone Market and Samsung Gaining

    Yes you are right... Samsung creater is duplicatr modals for Apple products...

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