Apple has become the world's biggest seller of smartphones, according to industry analysts.
The US firm overtook both previous leader Nokia and Samsung in the second quarter of the year, when total smartphone sales hit a record 110m.
The figures from Strategy Analytics also showed that 361m handsets were shipped, up 13% on the previous year.
Nokia remained the biggest seller of all types of handsets, but the numbers shipped and its market share fell.
It shipped 20% fewer handsets in the second quarter - 88.5 million.
The Finnish firm's market share dipped to 25% - its lowest level since 1999.