JP Morgan, an investment analyst firm, has reported that the iPhone 14 family is selling better at this stage than its predecessors, with signs of more users switching from Android.
Overall iPhone share decreased modestly to 69% across the three carriers, vs. 70% in December, says JP Morgan, which is better relative to share in January.
Comparing the previous at this stage shows that the iPhone 13 recorded a 67% share cycle and 60% share for the iPhone 12 cycle.
iPhone share at all three carriers remains elevated above pre-launch levels and is also seasonally higher relative to prior product cycles, the report continues.
JP Morgan's findings based on the latest surveys from Wave7 highlighted a significant improvement in the supply chain at the end of December and early January, particularly for 14 Pro and Pro Max models.
In all, it surmised that the iPhone 14 Pro Max had the top share at 19% for January, followed by 18% share for 14, 16% for 14 Pro and 14 Plus being the distant last at 7% share.