You’d think that with Samsung launching their brand new flagship handset, the Galaxy S4, that it would eat into Apple’s U.S. market share, right? Well, you’d be wrong. According to the bean counters at comScore, roughly 39.2% of all smartphone owners in the United States owned an iPhone in April. That’s up from 37.8% in January. Admittedly, Samsung also grew, but only from 21.4% to 22.0%. Again, this is with their new phone out on the market and people already talking about the iPone 5S.
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Apple is widely expected to unveil iOS 7, the next generation mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2013, which is usually help in June.
According to recent rumors, iOS 7 is expected to come with significant UI improvements.
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