This is probably not a surprise for many of you, being given how popular the iPhone 5s has proved to be. According to data provided by Fiksu, a company which tracks iOS usage through its SDK, iPhone 5s sales are climbing faster than iPhone 5’s sales did last year.
Fiksu found out that more than two months after launch, the iPhone 5s accounts for 7.66% of all iPhone usage. This is slightly higher than the 6.28% the iPhone 5 had 68 days after launch a year ago. Fiksu explains how they obtain the data:
To create these graphics, we’re sampling data from millions of iPhones using Fiksu client apps. The data updates hourly, so the current day stats are subject to change throughout the day. They’re also interactive – you can select a range to zoom in, or turn each data series on and off by clicking on the names in the legend on the right.
Apple is also finally catching up with the iPhone 5s demand as 90% of all iPhone 5s models are now allegedly available at Apple stores.