According to our earlier post, we reported that Apple’s iPad is currently dominating as far as web traffic is concerned. The tablet managed to grab a hefty chunk of the market at 78%, although we did point out that this is actually a slight decrease from 2013 where it was at 83.6%. At the same time, Apple recently revealed that sales of the iPad was down to 13.3 million for the second quarter in a row.
So why is this? Well Apple’s new CFO, Luca Maestri offered his analysis where he said that the drop in iPad sales was attributed to the slowdown in the market in both the US and Western Europe. However did point out that countries such as China saw an increase in iPad sales where it grew by 51%, and also in India where it grew by 45%, although we’re guessing it probably wasn’t enough to counter-balance the overall dip. Read full post →iPad’s Drop In Sales Attributed To Customers Anticipating The Next Refresh
When it comes to tablets, most people would associate it with Apple’s iPad, regardless of whether they’re a fan or not, thanks largely to the fact that the iPad has been assimilated into pop culture. That being said, Chitika has recently released their latest figures and based on that, we can see once again just how popular the iPad is.
Chitika’s recent figures show the amount of web browsing done on tablets, and as you can see in the graph above, Apple’s iPad commands a whopping 78% of the browsing done on tablets. Chitika is basing their numbers of “tens of millions” of US and Canadian tablet-based online ad impressions, so it’s safe to say that they had a pretty big pool of data to work with. Read full post →iPad Continues To Dominate Web Traffic Shares At 78%