Apple’s new iPhone 6, released just over 13 hours ago in the U.S., has already hit 2.86% of all iPhone activity worldwide, as measured by Mixpanel which tracks the actions users take in an application – 26 billion of them per month. iPhone 6 Plus, which is facing severe supply constraints, stands at 0.52%.
These figures are remarkable. It took 10 days after launch for iPhone 5s to hit 2.67% and iPhone 5c to hit 1.03% of all iPhone activity worldwide.
Also, a mere three days after release, iOS 8 adoption stands at 24.82%. Over the same three-day time period, iOS 7 has dropped from 95.86% down to 71.27%. Older iOS versions (original iPads and older iPhones) are just 3.91%.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]