A new report indicates that the iPhone made up 66% of AT&T’s sales at corporate stores, while Android only made up 8.5%. This is quite a breakthrough for iPhone, since AT&T is one of the most popular cell phone carriers (and the initial carrier that supported iPhone). To say that iPhone has domination in AT&T would be a fact.
A report observed that 981,000 iPhones were sold between Dec. 1 and Dec. 27, while Android only sold 126,000 phones during the same time. Blackberry was far more behind with just 74,000 phones, and Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7′s sales were just terrible in comparison.
The report even shows that phones with basic features sold more mobile phones that Android phones did. The ratio was 128,000 units to 126,000 units.
According to the reports, these numbers were taken from AT&T’s official corporate stores only, not the authorized retail sellers.
Recent third quarter figures from comScore indicate that Android has a 46.9% share of the total phone market, while iPhone only has 28.7%.
According to Apple’s sales, this last quarter is supposed to be the most profitable, and with Tim Cook behind the company, they will surely hit their mark.