iPhone XR released back in October and was positioned as Apple's most accessible device, which comes with a completely screen design.
While the mobile phone makes some remarkable compromises to reach its lowest price tag, it still retains many features found in the most expensive models of X-X and X Max.
For example, the iPhone XR is powered by the same Apple A12 Bionic chipset as the other two Apple varieties.
In addition, the mobile phone also starts the same 12-megapixel-machine rear sensor, capable of taking playful shots.
One of the biggest differences between the iPhone XR and the iPhone X is its LCD screen instead of OLED technology.
In addition, the toolbars around the hardware are slightly thicker than the best offers of Apple Inc.
iPhone XR is also the most pitiful endings sold by the American technique giant, arriving in white, black, blue, yellow coral and (PRODUCT) RED ends.
Although the iPhone XR makes commitments, the iPhone X and Xs Max do not seem that fans agree to accept them against a more attractive price.
That is, Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) has just submitted sales ratings for the final phone of the last fiscal quarter.
CIRP insisted that the iPhone XR was the most popular iPhone of the period, despite the launch in October.
The mobile phone was called 39% of iPhone sales.
This figure exceeds the 26 percent combined with the iPhone Xs and Xs Max.
Apple has previously insisted that the iPhone XR was the best-selling iPhone since it was launched.
However, the technical giant never offered accurate percentages of how it did.
It is worth noting that CIRP data has not always been 100 percent accurate in the past, suggesting the numbers proposed are taken with a pinch of salt.
But, with Apple Inc. before confirming such a claim, it appears that the iPhone's cheapest XR, features and colors are trying to be incredibly extraordinary for iOS enthusiasts.