The iPhone has gathered momentum like no other phone before it, according to Jason Jenkins, editor of CNET UK.
Mr Jenkins said that unless Apple makes a major error, it's hard to see its market dominance being threatened in the next six to 12 months, wireless communication device users may be interested to learn.
"That said, the smartphone market is incredibly competitive, and phones running Google's Android software are getting better all the time, so there are no guarantees of success here," he remarked.
Meanwhile, Van Baker, an analyst at Gartner, claimed recently that there is no need for investors in Apple to panic after it was announced that Steve Jobs, the firm's chief executive and co-founder, resigned.
Mr Baker reassured investors that Apple remains a safe bet. News of Mr Jobs' resignation caused panic on Wall Street, with shares in the company falling by billions.
"Apple will do just fine," Mr Baker said. "There are so many talented people there, and Steve's attention to detail is baked into the culture."