First: because Samsung names them differently and sells them as can moleey different lines, that’s why. iPhones are one line. Second: If those numbers are to be believed, grouping them wouldn’t matter. Samsung sold $33 million Notes. That seems low to me, but if it’s accurate, it probably wouldn’t matter if they grouped them anyway. --- Post Merged, Dec 31, 2017 --- People who don’t own them don’t get it! They’re a game changer. --- Post Merged, Dec 31, 2017 --- Even better: remove the bezels like the iPhone X and keep the SE aluminum sides and form factor. Probably won’t happen, but I’d love a bezeless iPhone with the classic iPhone 4 design. --- Post Merged, Dec 31, 2017 --- It cracks me up when people who have no idea what they’re talking about act so confident. If you actually read the article, you’d know that it’s about which was the top selling product (iPhone) not “which company sold the most phones, including sh!tty sub-$300 ones”. --- Post Merged, Dec 31, 2017 --- The same angry, irrational haters who say that The Last Jedi is worse than the prequels. --- Post Merged, Dec 31, 2017 --- I’ve been turning on 20 different lights in my house for years using Siri, as well as requesting songs, cuing up movies, sending emails and texts, setting appointments and reminders, surfing the web... welcome to the party. --- Post Merged, Dec 31, 2017 --- Get wise. Retailers are free to discount prices to consumers, but that doesn’t change the value of the phone, or what they pay Apple for it. The J3 is a cheaper phone that’s in a different, lower category. Samsung lists the J3 on their site for $149. Apple lists the iPhone SE for $349 on their site. Writing “period” doesn’t make your weak argument or lack or retail insight any more effective. --- Post Merged, Dec 31, 2017 --- Not sure what these inconsistencies and “frame drops” are that you’re talking about. My iPhone X is fast as hell and iOS 11 runs like butter on it. Can you be more specific?