According to research from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech Apple’s iPhone took a 42.8 percent share of the UK smartphone market in October, which compares to 35 percent for Google’s Android devices for the same period.
What is also interesting is that they UK market seems to be switching more to smartphones, as around 43 percent of the mobile phones sold in October in the UK were smartphones, and the report also says that overall around 44.8 percent of the UK population now owns a smartphone.
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