“It has found: The iPhone 5s represented 6.72% of all iPhones that were using Fiksu’s SDK. The iPhone 5c represented 2.59% of all iPhones,” Jones reports. “The 5s and 5c had a combined total of 9.31% of all iPhones. The iPhone 5 at the same point in time post-launch represented 5.54%.”
Jones reports, “To estimate how the 5c and 5s may be tracking compared to the 5 you can take the percentage that Fiksu’s SDK is showing up on the 5c and 5s (9.31%) and divide it by the 5’s (5.54%) to get a ratio of 1.68x or 68% higher. Since Fiksu’s measurements are calculated against the number of iPhones in use I believe you also need to take into account the larger install base of iPhones vs. a year ago.”
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