The iPhone XR, released in October, is positioned as the most accessible Apple device that comes with full-screen design.
While the phone makes several remarkable compromises to reach its lower price, it still retains a number of features found in the more expensive Xs and Xs Max models.
For example, the iPhone XR is powered by the same Apple A12 Bionic chipset as the other two Apple types.
In addition, the camera also reveals the same 12-megapixel main rear-view sensor that is capable of receiving praise photos.
One of the biggest differences between iPhone XR and iPhone Xs is the use of an LCD display instead of OLED technology.
Additionally, the hardware surround is slightly thicker than Apple's taller offers.
The iPhone XR is also the most colorful phone sold by the US tech giant arriving in white, black, blue, yellow coral and (PRODUCT) RED.
Although the iPhone XR makes compromises with the iPhone Xs and Xs Max, it seems consumers are willing to accept them in return for a more attractive price.
This is because CIRP recently submitted ratings for the sales of the device since the last fiscal quarter.
CIRP insisted that the iPhone XR is the best-selling iPhone of this period, although it is launched in October.
It is believed that this phone is 39% of iPhone sales.
This figure exceeds the combined 26% of the iPhone Xs and Xs Max.
Apple has already insisted that the iPhone XR is the best-selling iPhone after its release.
However, the technology giant has never offered accurate percentages of how it is presented.
It is worth noting that CIRP data was not always 100% accurate in the past, suggesting that the proposed figures should be taken with a pinch of salt.
But with Apple Inc, which previously confirmed such a claim, it seems that the lower price of the iPhone XR, its features and colors are incredibly appealing to iOS enthusiasts.