It is starting to be clear why Apple was so slow in releasing Phablets and convinced its Apple fanboys to laugh at the technology. Apple finally released its larger screen IPhone 6 and iPhone6S phablet and suddenly the fanboys are not using their iPads any more.
According to stats released by read-it-later app Pocket, iPhone6 and 6S users have ditched their iPads. According to the company, iPhone 5 and 5s owners consumed 55 percent of content on their iPhone and 45 percent on an iPad. iPhone 6 owner consumed 72 percent of content through the handset, and 28 percent via their iPad. iPad consumption dropped to 20 percent for iPhone 6 Plus owners.
Pocket notes, people with Android phones, which tend to have larger displays, consume 80 percent of their content through a phone and 20 percent on tablets. The company's data exercise also found that people with larger screen phones consume more content over all. For example, users with an iPhone 6 open 33 percent more articles and videos inside the app than they do with an iPhone 5s. iPhone 6 Plus owners open even more and have shaved their iPad usage by about a third.