Apple gained a slight edge over Android in the U.S. smartphone market last quarter, courtesy of the 37 million iPhones sold.
Eyeing the U.S. smartphone market for the December quarter, research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech pegged Apple's share at 44.9 percent, double the percentage from a year ago. That narrowly beat Android's market share, which fell to 44.8 percent from 50 percent.
Across the world, Android still retained its smartphone lead, but Apple's iPhone is growing at a faster rate over its rival, according to Kantar. In the U.K., for example, Apple'… Read more