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Thursday, 15 November 2012

Ipad Expected to Lose Tablet Market Dominance to Android in 2013, In line with Experts.

When you follow statistics, press releases and all that, you may have noticed that Apple’s tablet market share has been dropping over the past years. Amazon, Samsung and now the Nexus 7 are actually eating into its pie and it appears that next year they will consider the crown from Apple. At the least that’s what project analyst Sameer Singh says.
I have to remind you that back Q3 2012 the iPad had an 87% cut from the market, according to IDC. Moving on this year’s Q3, that range has fallen to 50. 4% plus it will continue to fall, as a lot more cheap Android tablets are sold. Sameer Singh is an analyzer with mergers and acquisitions asking group Finvista Advisors. He analyzed the growth connected with Android tablets and their shipments and concluded that what follows is a beating that the iPad will take soon.

Your third quarter this year was apparently one pretty damaging iPad sales, seeing how rumors from the iPad Mini put people on hold and the new iPads had lower shipments. Past results indicated that the iPad shipments needs to have risen by 10 to 15% last quarter, but instead they fell by 18%. Meanwhile Android tablet shipments grew on the first quarter to the third one and the growth will be even even larger in 2013, according to the analyst. It doesn’t mean that the iPads are doing poorly, since Apple reported selling 3 million iPads in the launch weekend of the completely new devices.

What about Windows 8 and also RT slates? Sadly enough, the expert says they’re “negligible” at this time.

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