iPhone 5s experiencing higher penetration than iPhone 5 through six weeks

There is a good chance that people all over are in the process of creating their holiday wish lists and sharing them with anyone who may be buying them a gift. One item that is getting more attention is the latest version of the iPhone.

According to a report from Forbes, the iPhone 5s is experiencing a faster ramping up than its predecessor, the iPhone 5, during the first 66 days of availability. According to numbers released by Fiksu, which tracks its software developers kit being used by individual iPhones, the iPhone 5s is being used by 7.53 percent of all iPhones as of the start of this week. By comparison, the iPhone 5 was only being used by 6.16 percent during the same time period.

"This isn't too surprising since the 5s has had better availability than the 5 at the same point in time post-launch and helps to demonstrate that the 5s isn't having any major manufacturing issues," the article reads.

The piece also mentions that the lead-times dropped from 1-2 weeks to 3-5 days on the company's website after 60 days for the iPhone 5s. For the iPhone 5 it took 70 days to reach the same time period. This means users are able to get their hands on products more frequently.

With holiday shopping just around the corner, businesses need to be ready for any products that could be trying to gain access to their networks. With the help of an IT consulting firm that specializes in Mac integration, any company can easily deploy the latest devices.