Apple iPad accounts for 94 per cent of online tablet activity
6th May 2012 | 16:15
New figures showcase Apple's dominance of the tablet market with online presence
Further highlighting Apple’s dominance of the tablet market, new reports have shown that the company’s range of iPad devices account for a staggering 94 per cent of all tablet-based web traffic.
The figures, compiled by online advertising network Chikita, have demonstrated the global dominance of Apple’s iPad devices with every 100 online advertising impressions made on an iPad matched by just a single impression recorded by consumers using a rival tablet such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab to access the web.
“Going forward the competition is going to be hard pressed to find a way to overthrow the seemingly omnipotent Apple,” a Chitika spokesperson said. “Not only do they offer a great product, they have the undying devotion of their enthusiasts.”
Apple new iPad 3 Features
Officially unveiled earlier this year with a selection of 16, 32 and 64GB storage capacities, as well as with Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + 3G connectivity options, the third-generation new iPad has quickly taken over from the iPad 2 as the dominant force on the tablet scene.
With a 9.7-inch Retina display, the new iPad improved on the rear-mounted camera options of its predecessor with an A5X dual-core processor partnering with quad-core graphics to offer users impeccable imagery in a form slightly thicker and heavier than the iPad 2.
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