Apple Smashes Yet Another Massive Record

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With its recent run-up, Apple keeps making a mockery of stock market records. However, the company recently outdid its past wins, shattering its pre-sale record for iPhone and setting the stage for it to become its best-selling product of all-time. This comes as Apple's competition is aiming squarely at the Cupertino powerhouse. Google already owns nearly two-thirds of the global smartphone market share with its Android OS. Microsoft fully intends to make its presence felt in the burgeoning smartphone market. It's recently launched next-gen devices with hardware partners Nokia and HTC. Lastly, fallen star Reseach In Motion is also aiming for a comeback, launching its most updated device early next year. Apple has never been stronger, but the competition has never been fiercer.

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