iPhone 6 scores higher early adoption than 6 Plus

Apple's newly released iPhones don't seem to be enjoying equal sales as most consumers seem to have preferred the iPhone 6 over the larger iPhone 6 Plus.

According to app activity tracker Fiksu, which has set up an iPhone usage tracker, early adoption numbers are indicating that the standard iPhone 6 is the more popular iPhone out of the latest Apple smartphones.

iPhone 6 usage has managed to grow at nearly twice the rate of the 6 Plus over the launch weekend and throughout Monday. Apple announced that they had already sold 10 million iPhones over the weekend, however, it seems that there is a supply shortage of the 6 Plus leading to the slower adoption rate.

The combined adoption numbers for the iPhone 6 duo are twice those seen during the iPhone 5 launch and might even become Apple's best ever very soon going by the tracker's charts. Other charts available on the site have shown slower than expected iOS 8 adoption which may be due to users waiting for new devices rather than updating current ones.

Source: Fiksu | Image via Fiksu

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