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Apple’s US iPhone user base saw minimal post-holiday growth, CIRP data shows

[2019-05-16 18:19:45]

CIRP is out today with new data on Apple’s US iPhone installed base, showing very minor growth from the holiday quarter up to the end of March. This continues a trend of slowing iPhone user growth in the US over the last several quarters. The post Apple’s US iPhone user base saw minimal post-holiday growth, CIRP data shows appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple’s US iPhone user base saw minimal post-holiday growth, CIRP data shows


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