Apple Still the King of Tablets Way Ahead Rival Samsung
Apple’s iPad is still selling like hotcakes, and according to new data shared by research firm IDC, the Cupertino-based tech giant sold no less than 12.9 million units in the second quarter of the year.
In case you’re wondering what this means when comparing Apple’s performance with the one of its competitors, selling nearly 13 million iPads is enough for the Cupertino-based tech giant to become the leading company in terms of tablets.
Apple therefore controls 31.9 percent of the market, while runner-up Samsung currently has a market share of 19.6 percent with just 8 million tablets sold last quarter.
Lenovo is third with 4.7 million sold units and 11.6 percent share.
Chromebook sales on the rise
IDC has also shared new data related to Chromebook sales, revealing that shipments are on the rise, especially in Europe and Asia.
HP is the number one Chromebook company with 4.3 mil… (read more)