Friday, May 25, 2012

iPad 2 is 60% of Installed Base, Latest Model has 20% Share

The third-generation iPad is now more popular than the originalTwo months after its launch, the new third-generation iPad this week caught the original, becoming the second most widely used of Apple’s family of tablets, though the iPad 2 still represents 60 percent of the installed base.

After selling over 3 million devices and grabbing 14% of the US iPad market in the first four days of availability, the updated iPad has continued to sell extremely well. It now accounts for over 20% of all US-based iPads seen by apps using Localytics for app analytics, on par with the original and up nearly 50 percent from its launch-week share.

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