She was ahead of Germany and France
Apple’s results in the Indian market are getting better and better, according to the latest figures from market research firm Counterpoint Research.
In the second quarter, iPhone sales in India outperformed Germany and France. India for the first time in history entered the top 5 countries in iPhone sales, second only to the UK, Japan, China and the US.
iPhone sales in the second quarter in India accounted for almost 4% of total iPhone sales, according to the agency. As of the end of June, Apple’s share of the total smartphone market in India stood at 5.1%, up from 3.4% in the same period last year.
‘India is at a tipping point’ – for the first time in history, India is in the top 5 countries for iPhone sales
In Apple’s earnings report earlier this month, Cook and his deputies mentioned India about 20 times. The company reported record sales in the March quarter in India.
A lot of people are moving into the middle class and I really think India is at a tipping point. The Indian market is incredibly dynamic.