The iPhone had 11.2% of mobile subscribers for the three-month period ending in November, according to new data from comScore (http://www.comscore.com), a site that “measures the digital world.” That percentage compares to 9.8% for the three-month period ending in August.
For the latest quarter Samsung had the most mobile subscribers with 25% of the market, followed by LG with 21% and Motorola with 14%. That compares with previous quarter percentages of 25.5%, 25.6% and 20.5%, respectively. RIM’s share dropped from 7.1% to 6.5% over the same period.
When it comes to total U.S. smartphone subscribers, Apple had 28.7% for the three-period ending in November. That percentage compares to 27.3% for the three-month period ending in August. Only Google was ahead of Apple with 46.9%, up from 43.8% from the three-month period ending in August.