October 31, 2014
According to the study in the five major European markets (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Spain and Italy) the iPhone 6 has always been ahead of its older brother, selling an average of five iPhone 6s for every iPhone 6 Plus that comes out of the stores. In addition, with these new data, Apple’s market share would have risen by 1.7% compared to the same time of year.
That many iPhone 6 are sold does not surprise anyone anymore, but that in the old continent we prefer the “small” model over the iPhone 6 Plus is something curious. And it is that from Cupertino they fought for years (especially in the time of Steve Jobs) not to follow the market trends about the size of the screens.
via Europe does not care about size, five iPhone 6s are sold for every iPhone 6 Plus.
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