Apart from the iPhone X support, this new update also lets the user add third-party mail accounts to the app via IMAP, a feature that has been available on its Android counterpart for the last few years.
Do you think Apple will gain a massive jump in the iOS market share for the U.S.?
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According to Kantar customers who ultimately chose to get the iPhone X resulted in Apple losing a 7.6 percent in mobile sales in October if you compared this figure to the same month previous year.
Larger falls were seen in other markets, as can be seen in Kantar's chart below, and Kantar has an explanation as to why it might be happening.
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The updated Gmail app for iOS is now capable of filling up the entire display on the iPhone X, including the ears on both sides of the notch. "Considering the complete overhaul that the iPhone X offers, consumers may be postponing their purchase decisions until they can test the iPhone X and decide whether the higher price, compared to the iPhone 8, is worth the premium to them".
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"Urban China, a market once overrun with new challengers, is maturing", we're told, "with the top five players all posting strong growth and the long tail of challenger brands falling away rapidly". A 4.4 percent hike in Spain, from a microscopic previous share of 7.9 percent, and small French and Italian dips helped Cupertino keep the EU5 region's overall plunge at a not-so-terrible 2.1 percent level.