iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales — report

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iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

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The iPhone 5S scooped up a healthy share of iPhone sales last quarter by swaying buyers away from the 5C and 4S, according to a new report.

Based on a survey of Apple customers, research firm CIRP said on Tuesday that the 5S took home 59 percent of iPhone sales during 2013’s December quarter. In contrast, the 5C grabbed just 27 percent of sales, while the 4S ended up with 14 percent.

Eyeing the same period in 2012, CIRP found that the newly-launched iPhone 5 accounted for 50 percent of iPhone sales, giving the iPhone 4S 32 percent and the iPhone 4 18 percent.

“The iPhone 5S appeared to take share from both the mid-priced iPhone 5C and legacy iPhone 4S,” CIRP partner and co-founder Mike Levin said in a statement. “In contrast, after the iPhone 5 launched a year ago, the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 continued to sell strongly for many months. In the most recent quarter we also saw models with larger storage capacities sell better than before.”

CIRP’s findings were based on a relatively small number of consumers. The survey reached 500 Apple customers in the US who bought an iPhone , iPad, or Mac during last year’s final quarter.

(Credit: CIRP)

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iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report


iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

 

iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

 

iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

 

iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

 

iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

iPhone 5S scores 59 percent of iPhone sales -- report

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