According to a new analyst report that focuses on the US smartphone activations in the Q1 of 2020, most users went for Android devices. However, iOS activations have reached their highest numbers since the Q1 of 2016.

CIRP has presented data from the first quarter of 2020 that represents Android and iOS market share in the United States. iOS held 44 percent of the market, while Android took the remaining 56 percent. When we compare these numbers to past years, we see that iOS say an 8 percent increase in its numbers. We can also see that iOS has been growing since Q1 2018 when they were measured a 32 percent of market share.

CIRP’s data also shoes that OS loyalty is very high at around 90 percent for both Android and iOS, meaning that there are very few customers that choose to switch from iOS to Android or the other way around.

Source 9to5Mac

Via CIRP




A former bilingual teacher that left the classrooms to join the team of Pocketnow as a news editor and content creator for the Spanish audience. An artist by nature who enjoys video games, guitars, action figures, cooking, painting, drawing and good music.

You May Also Like
Does the Galaxy S21 series support the S-Pen stylus?
S Pen has remained the Galaxy Note family’s defining trait, but will it change in 2021? Does the Galaxy S21 series support the S-Pen stylus?
Galaxy Note20 Ultra specs
Samsung Galaxy Note 21 Ultra might feature an under-display camera
Galaxy Note 21 Ultra could include UPC tech.
Samsung Galaxy S21 plus
The Samsung Galaxy S21, Google Pixel 4 and more are on sale today
Take a look at some of the best smartphone deals available, as you can get the latest Samsung Galaxy S21 for just $100