Reasons for iPad's Win Over Android's Failure
Bangalore: For those of us who know that Apple released its latest version of the iPad last weekend, a peek into the sales number would show us why this tech giant is said to be the most valuable company in the world; Apple says it sold over 3 million of the newest version of the tablets in the past four days.
Compare this number and the rate to that of Amazon (more than 3 million Kindles were sold at the end of last year during the holiday season), and to that of Android (which has 12 million units in markets as of February); and you are dying to ask:
How and why is Apple so far ahead in the tablet market and didn’t why Android rule the roost like it did with its phones? Business Insider listed what it called “obvious” answers to these questions and more:
Quality: The iPad is better than everything else the market has to offer. According to the Business Insider report, the iOS is a cut above the other OSes available in the market for tablets. It also has better and more appealing apps. Android unfortunately is the same on both smartphones and tablets—meaning that the only difference between the two would be a difference in the screen size. Windows 8 was called fresh and appealing because of how its UI was and its consumer preview’s download numbers seem to be promising, but it still is yet to enter the race.
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