CIRP also crowns XR as the most popular iPhone in the US
Echoing the results of a recent Kantar survey, Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) also found that the iPhone XR was the best selling model among Ma's smartphones in the United States, this time during Apple's third fiscal quarter, which ended June 29.
The iPhone XR was specifically responsible for 48% of total sales iPhones in this period; Adding it to the other two newer models (iPhone XS and XS Max), this number rises to 67%.
According to CIRP, iPhone XR's share of smartphone sales during the last fiscal quarter is the highest for a single model since the iPhone 6 in 2015, and there is one reason: price. As we know, the iPhone XR is Apple's latest affordable hardware, starting at $ 750 in the US (about $ 250 less than the iPhone XS).
Among older models, the iPhone 8 follows as the gadget best seller, followed by his bigger brother (8 Plus). Even at nearly three years of age, iPhones 7 and 7 Plus remain relevant in the US, despite having the lowest sales rates.
The CIRP survey also looked at some of Apple's various services. Among them, about 47 percent of surveyed iPhone users pay for iCloud storage, while 35 percent subscribe to Apple Music and about 16 percent use Apple TV. In addition, 3% to 6% of users bought AppleCare for the iPhone and iPad.
CIRP based its research on its survey of 500 Apple customers who purchased an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch from April to June this year.
via Apple World Today
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