iPhone XR Overtakes iPhone XS Usage, But Unable To Catch Up iPhone XS Max

The latest data from the research company Mixpanel reveals that the iPhone XR has seen a larger user base than the iPhone XS, suggest that users preferred iPhone XR over the 5.8-inch iPhone XS, despite it was available one month earlier than the low-cost model.

Though, the most expensive iPhone XS Max still sustains a sizable lead. From the Mixpanel adoption chart, the iPhone XR has been catching up with the iPhone XS for a few weeks, but in the past few days, the iPhone XR is still placed in the second spot. At the current rate of growth, iPhone XR Usage would surpass iPhone XS Max adoption by the next month.

As of yesterday, the iPhone XS usage share was 2.89%, while the iPhone XR and iPhone XS Max shares were 3.02% and 3.65%, respectively. Last year’s iPhone X has the highest percentage, reaching 11.71%. From December 24, 2018, to January 8, 2019, the share of iPhone XS increased from 2.53% to 2.89%, a growth of 0.36%. At the same time, the iPhone XR rose from 2.24% to 3.02%, an increase of 0.78%.

However, Apple's model launched in 2018 has only had a small impact on the overall market share of the iPhone, and iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus still account for 30% of active devices. In fact, since the iPhone XS series was launched in September last year, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus usage share has been climbing.

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