iPad Still #1 – However Its Days As King May Be Numbered

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iPad Still #1 – However Its Days As King May Be Numbered

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  4. 4. TweetApple’s iPad remains to dominate the tablet market, but Google’s Android appears to be takinga bite out of Apple’s market share.The iPad lineup made up 55 percent of tablet deliveries in the 3rd quarter, according toinformation released today by ABI Research, a 14 percent decline from the second quarter andits lowest level since the iPad’s intro in very early 2010.The benefactors of that lost market share were Samsung, Amazon, and Asus, as Google’smobile now powers more than 44 percent of tablets shipped, ABI Study stated, adding that itexpects that market share to increase. “As the OS of choice for the majority of device OEMs, we expect the Android ecosystem to continue growing in numbers – new manufacturers, better device choices for reaching more markets, and more developers finding value from apps and content,” ABI Research’s Jeff Orr said in a declaration. 4/5
  5. 5. Apple’s share of the tablet market continued to finest all others with 55 % unit shipment share in the period, exposes brand-new information from market intelligence company ABI Study. Despite maintaining its lead for 10 straight quarters, competitors from tablets powered by Google’s Android remain to eat away at Apple’s success. Fifty-five percent is the lowest share Apple has ever before had because launching the iPad in 2010. “With the introduction of a smaller, lower-cost iPad mini, Apple has acknowledged Android’s beachhead of 7-inch-class tablets, though at the same time, it has failed to deliver a knock-out punch through innovation, pricing, and availability during the most critical selling period of the year,” says senior practice director Jeff Orr. ic_google_news 5/5Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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