Apple's market share slipped year-over-year to 11.7% last quarter while Android's market share increased to 84.7%. Apple sold 35.2 million phones last quarter, an increase of 4 million; whereas, Android sold 255.3 million phones, an increase of 64 million units.
That means there are now 7.25 Android phones sold for each iPhone.
Business Insider has created some charts to visualize this. You can see those below. It's important to remember that nearly 60% of Android phone sold are considered low-end devices that cost less than $200.