Earlier this week a new report published by USA Today, based on the figures of retails sales by analyst David Berman, which claims that Apple is the fastest growing and the major retailer of devices in the United States during the first quarter of this year 2011, with improvement of 80% in domestic sales over last years.

That increase accounted for one-fifth of all sales growth by publicly traded retailers in the U.S., according to a recent analysis of sales trends by retail sales expert David Berman. In part, that’s a reflection of poor sales among most retailers. But it also highlights how Steve Jobs’ technology giant is grabbing a big slice of market share in everything from smartphones to PCs.

 

He called Apple sales success as a “mind-boggling” in its report, and Berman has noted that Apple’s retail stores are increasing the overall performance of the company by which they are growing by 90% year over year. Apple’s year-over-year U.S. sales growth of $4.6 billion for the first quarter was followed by Amazon and Wal-Mart, with total sales growth from public retailers coming in at $23.2 billion.