According to the latest data by Strategy Analytics, iPhone 5 was the most purchased smartphone worldwide in the last quarter, ended last January. The second place belongs to iPhone 4S and on the third place is the top of the range Samsung Galaxy S3. ...

Arieso has completed a study evaluating the iPhone 5 as the most widely used terminal for viewing and downloading of data, while Galaxy S3 and Note 2 are preferred for uploading, in Europe. ...

iPhone 5 is the only Apple smartphone to support LTE networks. According to Strategy Analytics, Cupertino Company owns the 27% of global 4G market, gnawing the 10% shares of Samsung. ...

Time Magazine has declared the new jewel of Apple, iPhone 5 as a best gadget of the year, beating Samsung’s Galaxy S3 and Note 2. ...

The iPhone 5 failed to occupy the first place, in search terms of 2012 on Yahoo! but still achieves the second place among the most searched words in America. This is the same company, which publishes a report every year in which the most searched terms appear on popular search engine. ...

The joint venture Sony-Ericsson saw the combination of Japanese electronics giant and the historic Swedish telecommunications company for the redemption of the two companies in the smarphone market. Later Sony decided to purchase the shares of Ericsson, which gave rise to Sony Mobile Communications, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony group. ...

With the iPhone 4S introduced in the market for over a year and the slow production of the new iPhone 5, the Samsung Galaxy S III has managed to takeover and to become the best selling smartphone in the third quarter of 2012. ...

Comparative advertising continue to promote Samsung Galaxy S3 at the expense of the iPhone. ...