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Pocket, the application that allows you to read an article or watch the video later announced their statistical results gathered from two million different profiles in its service. The data show how users owning a smartphone and tablets use the application.

Before the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus can be released in early September, iOS users are so used Pocket – 55 percent of the content has been reviewed by the iPhone-and 45 percent of iPad-and – almost a tie. But after the new generation of smartphones out in the market, these figures change dramatically.

6 iPhone users use Pocket 72% of cases (iPad drops to 28%), and those having phone iPhone 6 Plus, even 80% of cases (iPad drops to 20%). You might think that these figures simply reflect the fact that smartphones are new users and still enjoy their big screens, but Pocket say that Android trend is the same – ie they also reach the 80% share compared to tablets.

By Pocket indicate that users prefer to consume content on large screens instead of small. iPhone 6 users read content with 33% more than those having the iPhone 5 / 5s. The iPhone 6 Plus rates reach 65, and viewing videos is 40 percent more than the iPhone 5 / 5s.

Assuming these data as indicative, the iPad-s just melted in rates since the new smartphone from Apple. This information, together with the decline in sales of the iPad on an annual basis, demonstrates the need for an overall change in tablets to offer something more to remain relevant. Data also show that new phones eat faster tablet market, because they consumers have sufficient space for comfortable reading and watching videos.

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