Apple manages to sell a lot of iPhones every year, every quarter, and so perhaps it shouldn’t come as a surprise that there are a lot of them in the United States now.
According to data put together by the Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), there is now an estimated more than 100 million active iPhones in the United States in use. The report indicates that by the end of September 2015, there were 101 million active iPhones in the United States.
Of that 101 million, nearly two-thirds of those iPhones are newer models, units purchased in 2014 or 2015.
Breaking it down, the estimates show that upwards of 58 million of active iPhones in the United States are iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus units. There are already four million iPhone 6s and/or iPhone 6s Plus units in the U.S., based on the data. The data also seems to show that the 4.7-inch iPhone 6/6s model is the most adopted.
Interestingly enough, the data also shows that while Apple has certainly hit a milestone in the U.S., things are beginning to taper off as the market has matured. The data shows that over the course of eight years, the iPhone installed based grew by an average of 8%.
For those keeping tabs, Apple’s latest quarterly earnings confirmed that the Cupertino-based company had sold 48 million iPhones in just a three-month span of time.
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