In the second quarter of the year Apple’s iPad is still on the top position compared to that of Android and Windows tablets. However, the good news is not to be appreciated much as it is also loosing market grip too.
A new report through IDC reveals the total shipments of iPads declined by 1.5 percent in the second quarter compared to the first quarter of the year.
According to IDC, the tablet market will be positive but the growth will be slower than before.
The total shipments of tablet across the world was 49.3 million units in the second quarter of the year.
The second position in the tablet segment is grabbed by Samsung and it is followed by Lenovo and Asus. Apple sold a total of 13.3 million units of iPads, which was down by 9.3 percent year over year. With this the company holds 26.9 percent global market share.
For Further Reading:
- Tablet Sales To Face Challenge Against Smartphone In 2014: IDC
- Microsoft’s Windows 8 Tablets Q1 Sales Reaches 3M
- Apple tops global PC shipment with iPad Mini, Samsung grabs 4th spot
- Tablet Shipment To Surpass PC By 2015 Predicts IDC
- Apple’s iPad Still Leads Tablet Market, But Which Model To Buy (Part I)
- Apple’s iPad Still Leads Tablet Market, But Which Model To Buy (Part III)
- Apple’s iPad Still Leads Tablet Market, But Which Model To Buy (Part IV)
Was this post helpful? Consider subscribing via RSS or