From Wednesday's CIRP news release: "Android Gains in Quarter, at Expense of iOS"
“Among phone brands, share remained relatively stable compared to last year,” said Mike Levin, Partner and Co-Founder of CIRP. “Apple’s share was unchanged, and with the Galaxy 8 launch, Samsung seems to have recovered from any decline in share caused by the Galaxy Note 7 recall. LG continues to establish a presence as the other dominant Android manufacturer, so for now the market appears to belong mostly to those three manufacturers.”
Sounds about right. We're in the summer doldrums. Apple tailwinds come in this fall.