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June 24, 2011

Tablets Traffic Comparison ; Ipad Vs Everyone

It's been more than a year since Apple's iPad started shipping, and around the world, it's still overwhelmingly the only tablet that matters.

ComScore just released a bunch of stats about traffic consumption on non-PC devices in 13 countries, including tablets, smartphones, and other devices, such as the iPod touch.

 According to analyzed comScore's data to just on tablet usage,  They  charted the iPad's traffic share in each country. It was 95% or higher in 12 of the 13 countries, with Android the second-place finisher in most countries (and "other" in Canada, home of RIM).

China isn't one of the countries reported by comScore in this data. That could be a market where Android does particularly well

March 21, 2011

70% iPad 2 Sold to new Users,Go Out of Stocks

Sources In the tech industry believe that Ipad 2 has far outsold ipad 1, Estimates suggest 1400,000 to 500,000 iPad 2s sold, compared with 300,000 iPad 1s in its first weekend last year.

  • The difference is that nearly all those iPad 2s were sold in one day; stocks were essentially depleted by Saturday and not replenished. In its calls to retailers over the weekend, his team was unable to find a single iPad 2.
  • 70% of iPad 2 buyers were new to the iPad, compared with 23% of iPhone 4 buyers who were new to the iPhone at launch.

  • Buyers were split almost evenly between Mac and PC users (51%/49%). By contrast, the split for the original iPad was 74%/26%.
  • 47% of buyers were purchasing a 3G model, which carries a $130 premium.
  • 41% purchased the 32GB iPad 2, up from 32% who bought the 32GB version of the original iPad. The 64GB models also gained a slight share. This means that the iPad 2's average selling price (ASP) at launch was considerably higher than original iPad's.
  • Best Buy on Friday said some of its outlets ran out of the tablet and its accessories within 10 minutes. many outlets, Apple (AAPL) ran out of 16GB iPads first, then 32BG models, which may have been a factor pushing up the launch-day ASP.)
  • 65% of buyers owned an iPhone, 24% owned a Kindle (up from 13% of original iPad buyers), but only 6% plan to read with their iPad (down from 19% in Piper Jaffray's first iPad survey).
  • 17% expect to use apps and play games, up from 9%, which suggests that the App Store ecosystem is growing.
  • Ticonderoga Securities analyst Brian White said it was difficult to find an iPad 2 over the weekend.

    "Our field checks over the weekend indicate that the iPad 2 sold out at every Apple and non-Apple store we contacted," White wrote in a research note. "In fact, all the stores had worked through iPad 2 inventory by Saturday afternoon, and there were no new iPad 2 deliveries on Sunday."

    The iPad 2's early success is a warning sign of a global tablet bubble, where supply could outpace demand for tablets by about 36 percent, said J.P. Morgan analyst Mark Moskowitz.

    Apple's share of the tablet market is expected to be 61 percent in 2011, whereas whereas the company's rivals are likely to have a tough time attracting customers, Moskowitz wrote in a note.
Deutsche Bank's Chris Whitmore reported early Monday that his team called about 100 stores (50 Apple retail stores, 20 Best Buy and Wal-Mart stores and a handful of AT&T and Verizon stores) and got the same result as Munster's:
"Our checks pointed to a shocking 100% stock out rate across Apple/authorized retail stores just a few hours into the official launch Friday evening, contributing to what we believe was one of the company's most successful product launches to date."

Below: The details of the Piper Jaffray survey: