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Due to iPhone X sales failing to meet expectations, the number of financial analysts predicting lower numbers for all of Apple's current handsets is growing.
Rookie smartphone manufacturer HMD Global reportedly managed to sell a boatload of intelligent Nokia devices last year, coming very close to the global top ten OEMs.
Q2 2017 tablet sales were down 3.4 percent year over year globally, despite big gains reported by three of the world's top five vendors.
There's good and bad news for US mobile users in OpenSignal's latest "State of LTE" report. Basically, LTE speeds are horrible, but availability is great.
Kantar's smartphone sales charts for the September - November 2016 timeframe were dominated by iPhones stateside, and Android models everywhere else.
For the first time "this century", Gartner believes Apple will eclipse Microsoft in 2017 in sales of devices powered by the two's operating systems.
It doesn't sound mathematically possible, but it is, and Apple pulled it off - 103.6 percent of Q3 smartphone profits went to iOS handhelds.
According to Strategy Analytics, nearly 88 percent of smartphones sold worldwide during Q3 2016 were powered by Android, up from 84 last year.
Mobile internet usage exceeded desktop traffic worldwide for the first time this past month, according to StatCounter analysis.
Apple is still the world's number one tablet vendor, followed by Samsung, then Amazon, which was the biggest Q3 2016 grower.
Samsung lost a few percentage points, but stayed on top of the smartphone vendor ranks in Q3, with OPPO and Vivo the quarter's best growers.
Believe it or not, Garmin was the only smartwatch player that impressed with its Q3 2016 sales numbers, as Apple posted disappointing scores.
The latest Kantar Worldpanel ComTech report comes with both good and bad news for Android and iOS phones, while Windows is still in free fall.