51% of electronic device activations in the week up to and including Christmas day were for Apple products. This blasted their nearest competitor Samsung out of the water as they came in second place with just 18% of device activations. Nokia were way behind in third with just 6% of the spoils. Continue reading
Hi all, following on our regular series, here’s our latest electronics and phone recycling statistics taken from the www.sellmycellphones.com site for the third quarter of the year (July – September 2014).
I have made the infographic larger in order to include some more statics, this time for the entire year, and quarter on quarter.
This section made some real interesting reading as there has been a huge boom across the industry when compared to quarter two.
I am sure that a contributing factor to the increase is undoubtedly the new handset releases from Samsung, HTC and Apple, no doubt that the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus played a significant part. Continue reading
Hi all, apologies for the delay in releasing these, it’s been pretty busy over here at SMCP HQ. Following on from last quarters statistics, here are our American phone recycling industry statistics taken from our website www.sellmycellphones.com for the second quarter of 2014 (April – June). I aim to bring you a super snazzy infographic next quarter (no promises though) but for now, our latest release is below. As explained last quarter though, it’s the statistics that are the interesting part, not the design. Here it is: Continue reading
Hi all, today’s post is the first in a quarterly series where I bring you some interesting American phone recycling industry statistics taken from our website www.sellmycellphones.com analytics.
It is also my first attempt at an infographic, so as Doc Brown once said, “I apologise for the crudity of the model”. I am no designer and I know it’s a lame effort, but hopefully I will get better and of course, it’s the statistics that are the interesting part.
Here it is: Continue reading