Apple’s iPhone maintained the first place spot in U.S. smartphone sales during the holiday quarter, increasing its lead over rival handsets before Samsung, BlackBerry and other competitors launch new devices this spring. The company took a 37.8 percent share of the domestic smartphone market during the three months ending in January, according to the latest report from comScore. Apple reported it sold a record 48 million iPhones throughout the holiday season.
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Apple Widens US Lead but Rivals’ New Phones Are Coming