In percentage terms, the overall picture looks like this:
- iPhone X – 11.71%
- iPhone 8 Plus – 10.11%
- iPhone 8 – 9.81 %
- iPhone Xs Max – 3.65%
- iPhone Xr – 3.02%
- iPhone Xs – 2.89%
Judging by the published schedule, iPhone Xr was especially actively bought on Christmas holidays. In two weeks, the number of smartphones sold increased from 2.24% to 3.02%.
Interest in the iPhone Xs, by contrast, fell 0.36%.
A Mixpanel report confirms Tim Cook’s words. The other day, CEO of Apple refuted the assumption that the iPhone Xr is absolutely uninteresting to customers. [9to5]