Apple to ship only 8 million iPad mini tablets in Q4 2012?
0. phoneArena 26 Dec 2012, 02:56 posted on
The 7.9-inch iPad mini might not have seen the lines most recent Apple launches have been accompanied with, but nonetheless the affordable tablet…
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1. MeoCao (unregistered)
8 millions is not bad number and I guess that the most Apple could sell and not b-c of demand problems.
Interesting how many Nexus 7 were sold in Q4.
8. KRONeage (Posts: 111; Member since: 17 Apr 2011)
First off; Apple's use of twisted information by combining sales of all iPads on the launch of iPad Mini and iPad Standard Original V4 was a horrific admission that they didn't sell as many as they expected. Only mindless dolts and Wall Street Analysts (Anal... ists) believe consumers all fell for that.... as if 3 million was all iPad Mini. When they had no customers waiting in lines, besides Shills and iFanatical customer plants! :D
As for Nexus 7? .....suppliers made 4 Million the first quarter on sale and sold them all by end of of September. When a new order and expected sales for this last quarter (Dec Q4) could add as many as 5 Million.
So no matter what, because Google was smart enough to get a full quarter jump on Apple, expect Nexus 7 to have outsold iPad Mini for 2012! ^_*
2. rusticguy (Posts: 2828; Member since: 11 Aug 2012)
Ok but how much was big and small comnbined? If small sold less due to shortage of supplies (just a cover up) then bigegr should have sold more unless the ipad market share has taken a beating overall :)
4. ncv144 (Posts: 126; Member since: 04 May 2012)
Oh shut up! i havent heard one report of shortages since the mini came out. Also havent heard reports of grand sales
5. JeffdaBeat (unregistered)
Uh...were you reading any news for the first month it launched? Here...
YAY for Google...
6. JunitoNH (Posts: 1320; Member since: 15 Feb 2012)
Really, try buying a white mini, good luck with that one.
7. KRONeage (Posts: 111; Member since: 17 Apr 2011)
When are people going to wake up? This style of marketing your item as short on supply, to get more sales is a tactic as old as the hills and twice as iDusty! :D ......gyspy con artists (barkers) and Info-mercial iMarketing was not invented by Steve Jobs.
He only mastered the Snake In the Grass Art of increasing sales, using Customer Super Fan Dolts, Magical Hidden Lies w/Doublethink mis-information about competition and now iRevolutionary ploy of using shills..... in the crowd to kick off FAD buying frenzies for a "Hurry.... buy one now" before they're all out! hahaha.....
.....yeah as if Used Car/Horse/camel Salesmen, Drug Dealers, Pimps and Hoes haven't been using these tactics for ages!!! ;-P