The latest iPad beat all other tablets in new activations following the four-day shopping spree from Black Friday to Cyber Monday, says Localytics.
Ahead of Apple's fiscal fourth-quarter earnings announcement, mobile analytics firm Localytics says activations of the two new iPhones are on the rise.
Around 1 percent of all iPhones activated in the U.S. are 5S models, while just 0.3 percent are 5C units, according to mobile analytics firm Localytics.
The number of active iPhone 5S devices is now about double the number of 5C devices, not triple, according to a new report from mobile analytics firm Localytics
And while the iPhone 5S is still outpacing the iPhone 5C, the gap between the two has narrowed since last week.
The iPhone 5S is still king, but the colourful 5C phone may be starting to gain a little traction, according to fresh analysts' info.
Sales of the two new iPhones during launch weekend were split around 50-50, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
A new report claims Apple is scaling back production, citing weaker demand for the company's less-expensive iPhone.
In the face of the iPhone 5 and the recent legal verdict against Samsung, the S3 is still enjoying huge demand, says mobile analytics firm Localytics.
Tim Cook predicted an "iPad Christmas," and so far, the stats show that Apple's products have not lost their appeal to consumers.