It is an evidently known fact that iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are both selling like hot cakes. However it is very difficult to derive the exact numbers of either, as Apple doesn’t run by the norm of categorising the numbers by model.
The Consumer Intelligence Research Partners have come to the rescue and although unofficially, it has come up with a report that breaks down the estimate (approximately) of the percentage of iPhones in terms of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus editions.
To a surprising revelation, in the US at least, iPhone 6 is doing far better than iPhone 6 Plus. As per the account of the first 30 days, the iPhone 6 is estimated to have encompassed 60 percent of all iPhone sales, while the iPhone 6 Plus had to make merry with 23 percent to 24 percent.
In totality, the fresh iPhone editions drew around 91 percent among all iPhone sales in the first month of their availability, along with 9 percent of older versions of the iPhones, those being iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.
As per the estimates of the year gone by, these versions, which were then new and in vogue, presented 84percent of the entire iPhone sales during their first month of arrival. So as per the statistics rounding up, it seems like consumers are more interested in owning the iPhone 6 models than the previously launched 5S and 5C. Hence, the new editions of the iPhones in question have fared a lot better.
Experts after due research on the average storage capability of the iPhone 6 editions sold in the first month of their availability have found it to be 48GB. This is approximately double to that of the last year more likely, due to the halt in the manufacturing of the 32GB versions. Hence Apple has taken a rationally viable decision of launching the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus editions in 16GB, 64GB and 128G versions specifically.
Hence it can be well derived that the iPhone 6 is the consumers favourite, and with Apple being a player in the market , it will definitely strive to launch better versions of the same.