When the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets launched, the iPhone 6 appeared to be the more popular model, although Apple did not give a breakdown of how many of each device they have sold.
Now according to a recent report from DigiTimes, demand for the iPhone 6 Plus is apparently higher than expected, and iPhone 6 Plus units are making up around 60 percent of current shipments.
Sales of iPhone 6 Plus will be higher than expected, to account for 60% of total shipments of iPhone 6 devices, judging from recent shipments of analog ICs to the two iPhone 6 device producers, Foxconn Electronics and Pegatron Technology, according to industry sources.
Foxconn is responsible for the production of the iPhone 6 Plus, while Pegatron makes the iPhone 6, the sources revealed.
Apple recently launched the new iPhone handsets in a range of new countries, and the company is launching both devices in China later this month.
It looks like the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be popular in China, as we heard yesterday that Chinese carriers had received over 2 million reservations for the device in just 6 hours.