That’s the report from Counterpoint Study. According to the Counterpoint Research, global Apple iPhone sales grew 26 percent yearly crossing 20 million system monthly sales mark for the first time ever in November 2014. Apple’s iPhone sales volumes grew throughout key nations with prompt international roll out of the flagship iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus designs and was likewise helped by the reasonably lower-priced iPhone 5s and 5c targeting pre paid users in emerging markets.

The report adds:

“Apple’s iPhone market share shot up and reached record degrees in Japan and Korea markets. In Japan, among one of the most premium mobile phone markets on the planet, Apple recorded majority of the mobile phone sales in October as well as November. Japan has been just one of the best market for Apple and it is becoming significantly hard for competitors to challenge Apple’s dominance in close to- to mid-term. Apple will likely take advantage of the upcoming Apple Watch with an increasing and costs iPhone user-base in this extremely advanced customer market.”

There’s no great information in Korea for Samsung, where the electronic devices giant has actually dominated the phone business in its home nation. Apple captured one-third of the complete smartphone sales in Korea last November. Previously, no firm had actually ever covered 20 percent on Samsung’s residence turf.

Typically, several analysts expect the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus to have blow-out numbers for the Fourth quarter of 2014 when Apple records economic outcomes on January 27.

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