Maybe it's time to hold off on the Apple negativity.
The iPhone franchise captured 39 percent of the U.S. smartphone market in the first quarter, extending its lead over Samsung, which garnered 21.7 percent of the market, according to research firm ComScore.
Interestingly, Apple's iOS took market share away from Google's Android, which traditionally has seen more rapid growth.
Apple saw its smartphone market share rise by nearly 3 percentage points in the quarter, while Samsung's share inched up slightly. The next three largest handset vendor, HTC, Motorola, and LG, all lost market share … Read more