The retail chain sells around 2% less iPhones than Apple itself, but neither of them are particularly large sellers of the new device. AT&T and Verizon sell the most iPhones, accounting for a combined 62% of all devices sold; Sprint only sells 7%, while another 3% are shoved into “other”. This isn’t a surprise, as most people purchase the phone as a package with a two-year contract; the easiest place to get that done is directly through the carrier, so to many consumers I’m sure it seems like the most logical place to pick up a new iPhone.

[Source: All Things D]