As indicated by report showed up on Tuesday, because of Apple’s new iPhones the Cupertino Company has left Samsung behind in selling of smartphone in the final quarter.

In the same quarter of the year 2013, Apple’s offer of worldwide cell phone offering was 17.8%, however in the last quarter of the year 2014, the organization’s offer expanded to 20.4%.

While in the same time, by selling 73 million units, cell phone piece of the pie of Samsung decreased from 29.5% to 19.9%. Report expressed that in the last quarter, 74.8 million iPhones were sold by the Cupertino Company which turned into its best quarter.

Report likewise demonstrated that the exceptional interest of the Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ in China and US, surged deals to 56% and 88% individually.

The most recent Apple’s telephones drove flow iPhone owners to progress and induced purchasers who are looking for extra large screen telephone to buy Apple’s handset in place of Android cell telephone.

Strategy Analytics told in January that in the final quarter there was a tie between Apple and Samsung, with both having 20% offer in overall cell phone market.

Notwithstanding, the energy was equivalent with Apple climbing and Samsung going downwards. The record quarter of Apple was because of the measure of the screen it put in its cell phone.

The organization in past was losing share to Samsung, in light of the fact that the Korean Giant was propelling its expansive screen telephones like Galaxy Note and Galaxy S5.

The iPhone 6 was by all account not the only reason that got Apple to hit the top.

In a press discharge research executive at Gartner, Roberta Cozza, said “Chinese sellers, for example, Huawei and Xiaomi, are keeping on enhancing their deals in China and different abroad markets, expanding their share in the mid to low-end cell phone market.”

Cozza further included, “Chinese merchants are no more devotees. They are producing higher quality gadgets with engaging new equipment offers that can equal the more settled players in the cellular telephone market.”