New calculations come from Counterpoint research that should bring a smile to Apple’s offices. According to the estimates of this company, global iPad sales continued to grow even after the worst of the pandemic and the lockdowns have passed.
They have done so at such a rate as the global iPad market share in the tablet market. would have gone from 30 to 37% in one year
This growth has two great champions: Apple and Samsung. These are the two companies that have launched new products “aggressively“And they took advantage of it. Huawei is losing, which due to the impositions of the United States government has sharply lowered the positions.
Coming back to the performance of the iPad, the best-selling model was The standard with 56% of the brand’s sales. Another 19% of sales come from the iPad Air, while 18% come from the iPad Pro. About 7% of sales remain that we can attribute to the iPad mini and previous generations of the rest of the line.
Counterpoint ends its report by predicting that there will be peak sales in the third quarter of the year, date on which there will be more demand before the return to schools. Apple would already be logistically ready even with the semiconductor shortage. These are very good numbers for a device that is getting closer and closer to a full-featured consumer computer.