All iPhone models from 6 to 8, have been sold more than the iPhone X at Christmas - NewCydiaTweaks

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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

All iPhone models from 6 to 8, have been sold more than the iPhone X at Christmas


Now that we are on Christmas days, it is common for many firms that do surveys and study markets to publish curious figures about Apple products. Today it has been Flurry Analytics that has published a study in which it is indicated that, once again, the iPhone or the iPad have been the devices with more activations between December 19 and 25 . An activation marks the beginning of the useful life of a new device, and does not have any restored that has been previously used. The sample, takes into account only the devices that have installed Apps that include the library of obtaining anonymous data of this company, included there by its developers.
The graphics make it clear who has been the winning company, Apple with 44% of the total activations, followed by Samsung with 26% , and then Huawei with 5% .
Devices with more activations during Christmas 2017
Interestingly, within that 44% of new products activated by Apple, we can know exactly the most popular iPhone models. It is surprising to see that the pie is distributed fairly evenly among many different devices including iPhone 6 and 6 Plus , worn between the two more sales than the iPhone X . The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, coinciding with data from another market analysis company , also seem to have sold more together compared to the iPhone X.
Distribution of new iPhones activated during Christmas 2017
As we see, the iPhone X carry 14.7% of the total of new activations of new iPhones during that week prior to Christmas Day. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, together, 19.2% . The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus one 16.8% ... the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus one 25.5% and the iPhone 6 and 6S one 17.9% . Literally, most iPhone models before the iPhone X, from the iPhone 6 to the iPhone 8, have sold more than the star smartphone almost all Apple screen , according to data from Flurry Analytics, which, as we know, are not official Apple data. Probably the fact that there are two models, one small and one large, and that are much cheaper than the iPhone X, were the determining factors to see this result. Even if we did not consider the two sizes combined, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 would have sold more, on their own, than the iPhone X.

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