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New iPhone 7 Data Suggests Sales Slower Than iPhone 6S

Following on from its analysis of the opening weekend, Localytics has continued to watch over the growth of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Its figures show that the combined iPhone 7 family's market share of current Apple devices is 3.6 percent after two weeks on sale. That compares to the iPhone 6S family's 4.0 percent after two weeks on sale.
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