Of course Santa Claus has an iPhone. Here royalty is excluded from Android, but in the US statistics are frustrating. The number of new terminals operating in the United States has come and nearly half, 43%, are iPhones and iPads.
I will not get into the argument that if a smartphone from a bank or apple is better. In the end, it is a personal matter and we all have our share of reasons to praise or criticize one system or another. The point is that according to these statistics half the Yankees like Apple. If we analyze the models in this list, we will see some very interesting facts.
Flurry Analytics presented a report showing a list of major mobile devices operating for the first time this Christmas. Different iPhone models stay up to nine places. The device unveiled the tenth LTE Xiaomi Mi 4. Let's take a look at the list because it's curious:
- IPhone 11 – 6.2%
- IPhone XR – 5.27%
- IPhone 7 – 3.31%
- IPhone 8 – 3.10%
- IPhone 11 Pro Max – 3.01%
- IPhone 8 Plus – 2.97%
- IPhone 6 Plus – 2.95%
- IPhone 7 Plus – 2.35%
- IPhone X – 2.23%
Looking at models, we can be frank, we can reach several conclusions first. It makes sense that if the device is on the best-selling new iPhone 11 it was launched three months ago. But the iPhone 11 Pro does not appear on the list, at the top of Apple's new 2019 smartphones. It shouldn't be about the price, but in size, because its older brother comes from the fifth most expensive spot, the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
It's easy to guess that Americans are traveling with big displays. At the same price, you prefer an upper corner an inch less than the previous model. From the 5th to the 8th centuries are models with large displays.
Just a few things: only four iPhones have a face ID, the remaining five are old designs with a Hold ID. And finally, it's amazing to see how the iPhone 6 Plus is thrown in this list, before the iPhone X. A model that can't be updated on iOS 13. Big ass, go or not….