Apple recently announced that they has sold 10 million iPhones by the end of last weekend, the 10 million figure included the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The company did not break down the sales of the two devices, and there were no details given on which of the two devices was the most popular.
Now according to a recent report, the iPhone 6 is apparently outselling the iPhone 6 Plus in Japan at a ratio of 4.6 to 1, which would mean that the iPhone 6 is considerably more popular than the larger 6 Plus.
Apple launched both models of the new smartphone in 22 more countries today, which is bound to boost sales of both handsets, and it will be interesting to see if a same ratio applies in these new countries.
There have been various issues reported with the new iPhone 6 handsets, the most noteable one is that the iPhone 6 Plus can bend, and some people have managed to bend the device when it was in their pocket, although Apple has said that they have just had 9 official complaints about the issue.
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