- Apple sent 800,000 cell phones in India amid Q2 2016
- At its late profit call, CEO Tim Cook said the organization is anticipating opening retail locations in India
- India is the world's third-biggest cell phone market after China and US
Apple iPhone shipments fell 35 for each penny every year at 0.8 million cell phones in India in the second quarter of 2016, as per a report by Strategy Analytics. Apple delivered 1.2 million iPhones in and year prior period.
Apple's cell phone marketshare split from 4.5 for each penny to only 2.4 for every penny in India amid the previous year. "Apple iOS should lessen iPhone valuing to less expensive levels, draw in more administrator endowments and develop its retail nearness through Apple stores or online channels in the event that it needs to regrow essentially later on," Woody Oh, Director at Strategy Analytics, said.
Google's Android kept up first position crosswise over India with a record 97 percent OS offer for the quarter, up from 90 percent a year prior. Android dispatched 29.8 million cell phones in India in Q2 2016, growing an amazing 28 percent every year from 23.2 million units in Q2 2015.
"Android overwhelms the India cell phone market and looks superb right now, because of its profound arrangement of equipment accomplices, broad conveyance channels, and an extensive variety of ease applications like Gmail," Neil Mawston, Executive Director at Strategy Analytics, included.
The report said cell phone shipments grew 19 for each penny every year from 25.8 million units in Q2 2015 to 30.7 million in India amid the second quarter of 2016.