In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 03rd, September, 2020

Solely 6 Per cent Of Nigerians Use iPhones- New Examine Exhibits

Only 6 Per cent Of Nigerians Use iPhones- New Study Shows



Apple iPhones are some of the widespread and costly telephones on the earth as new research reveals that solely 6% of Nigerian use the luxurious smartphone.

A brand new evaluation made by Apple launched on Wednesday September 2, says Nigeria ranks under India however above Brazil.

The survey was carried out based mostly on the distinction in enterprise fashions between the preferred working methods, Android and iOS.

85.four%  of Nigerians use Android telephones, whereas  6.12 per cent use unknown merchandise. Additionally, zero.34% of Nigerians use Nokia telephones and zero.57% use the Linux-based telephones, in response to the info from Statcounter.

Apple is hoping to spice up gross sales at a time when mid-range and premium smartphone market segments are starting to develop.

In response to the report, Brazil who makes use of Apple merchandise is 10% , whereas the quantity in and China is 20% whereas its largest markets is the USA and Japan.

Apple is, nonetheless, not glad with how low its market share is in some rising economies, which implies that Apple won’t ever compete for market share on the identical stage,” it mentioned  the survey mentioned.

The corporate for the primary time will be capable of open its personal shops within the India after having invested in a neighborhood manufacturing facility.

That is to fulfill Indian overseas direct funding legal guidelines which stipulate that overseas firms aren’t allowed to set-up a retail retailer within the nation if it doesn’t supply over 30% of its elements from the native market.

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The rule is only one side of India’s protectionist financial coverage that has previously restricted the model’s entry to its market of over one billion folks.

Proper now, Indian iPhone house owners are making up solely three per cent of smartphone customers – fewer than in most African, Latin American or Southeast Asian nations,” the survey learn.


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