Android tablets gaining market share at the expense of the Apple iPad says report
Android has picked up global market share in tablets at the expense of the Apple iPad
Yes, it could be that Apple solved the problem by introducing the Apple iPad mini the other day, designed to stem the market share losses made to the low priced 7 inch Android tablets like the Amazon Kindle Fire HD and the Google Nexus 7. But priced at $329 compared to the $199 that those Android tablets command, has Apple really solved anything? Under attack by the low-priced tablets, the iPad is also about to see enemy fire from the 10 inch full-price tablets like the Samsung Nexus 10 and the Microsoft Surface RT. The former is rumored to have a 2560 X 1600 resolution screen that surpasses the Apple iPad in pixel density while the latter has a built in kickstand and optional QWERTY docks.
And who knows? After owning such a large share of the global tablet market, perhaps it was just time for the Apple iPad to lose some market share. After all, you can only get so big before the balloon bursts.
source: StrategyAnalytics via AndroidCentral