Apple is now the world's biggest seller of smartphones, according to industry analysts.
The company overtookNokia and Samsung in the second quarter of the year, when total smartphone sales were a record 110 million.
Figures from Strategy Analytics also show that 361 million 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.
The BBC reports it shipped 20% fewer handsets in the second quarter - 88.5 million.
The company's market share dipped to 25% - its lowest level since 1999.
Apple more than doubled its handset shipments to a record 20.3 million units.
However, its share of the overall market was 6%, making it the world's fourth biggest mobile phone seller behind Nokia, Samsung and LG.