Counterpoint reports that iPhone sales in the U.S.A. grew with 16% in Q1 this year, which is the first time ever, despite an 11% drop across the market.
"Apple shipped a record 16 million iPhones for the first time ever in a Q1 in the US. This is a 16% YoY increase, with the OEM showing continued success in taking share away from Samsung in the premium market space. It now commands 80% of the +$800 price band."
In the U.S.A., 6 out of 10 top selling smartphones are iPhones: