U.S. iPhone growth lags: How slow can it go? [Cult of Mac Magazine No. 297] | Cult of Mac

U.S. iPhone growth lags: How slow can it go? [Cult of Mac Magazine No. 297]

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Apple’s iPhone sales in the U.S. are starting to flatline, according to data from the Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.

Growth of the iPhone install base in the U.S. has been on a downward trend for years now, but CIRP’s latest report reveals that growth was at its slowest rate ever during the first quarter of 2019.

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