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Demand for iPhone and iPhone 6 6 Plus is stable and even increasing steadily, says a new study by analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray.

Studies have 1004 American citizens who were asked about their future plans for the purchase of a smartphone.

50% of respondents said they would buy the iPhone in the next three months. In a similar survey conducted in September, this percentage was 47. We recall that in 2013 the demand for iPhone 5S fell a few months after its premiere, but the iPhone 6 seems things are different.

Munster is also concluded that the availability of the phone is also improved. Last week, 77.6% of the physical stores have iPhone 6 in stock, but two weeks ago, only 56.1 percent had positions available for direct sale.

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