CHART OF THE DAY: iPhone Has 30% Of Smartphone Market

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RBC Capital Markets performed a survey of smartphone users, asking 4,200 people what kind of phone they owned.

According to their data, the iPhone is now at 30% marketshare, up from 25% in June. New iPhone buyers were “surprisingly strong at 81% of respondents.”

This, in part, explains why Apple (AAPL) is expected to deliver a blow-out September quarter.
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