Research firm Strategy Analytics says Apple took 95% of the 4.4 million unit worldwide tablet market, while another firm finds unusually high satisfaction ratings among iPad owners.
on 11/03/2010 – Made popular on 11/03/2010
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: MarketMarket research firm Infonetics is predicting that Apple will cut the price of its new iPad mini and reduce the tablet market to a trio comprising Apple, Amazon and Google.
Android tablets have finally joined their phone counterpart up top. According to ABI Research, tablets running Android outsold Apple’s iPad in Q2 of 2013. Revenue for the entire tablet market hit $12.7 billion in that quarter.
Apple’s iPad still dominates the overall tablet market. But Samsung Galaxy tablets seem to be emerging as the Google Android standard. That’s The VAR Guy’s spin, based on IDC’s latest tablet sales research.
According to International Data Corporation's (IDC), 3Q10 PC tracker, the Australian PC market gained 16% year-on-year to reach 1.4 million units in 3Q 2010 as the economy continued to expand. All of this sounds like positive news in the face of the challenge that Apple and their iPad have put to the traditional PC market.