It's bad enough that Nokia has just announced huge financial losses for the last three months, but not it's also lost its global top spot in smartphone sales too.
The Financial Times reports that Apple has now overtaken Nokia in the sales game, eclipsing its entire Symbian range with just the iPhone.
Apple has also announced its quarterly results this week, but is experiencing very different fortunes, and is going from strength to strength, as expected, and pocketing buckets of cash in the process.
But money is one thing, and the real measure of success for the man on the street is actual sales. Apple has now pushed passed 20 million sales for the quarter; that's up from 18.7 million units in the first quarter.
Nokia, meanwhile, has dropped from 24.2 million to 16.7 million, nearly a third down in just three months. Apple's now clearly on top, but more worryingly there's no evidence to suggest that the massive power-shift isn't going to continue in the third quarter.