yoy q1 12.7m samsung 8m yoypetersonappleinsider:IDC: world pill shipments grew 55.2% YoY, most since 2013, to achieve 39.9M models in Q1; Apple led with 12.7M shipments, up 64.3% YoY; Samsung 8M, up 60.8% YoY (Mike Peterson/AppleInsider)
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IDC: global pill sales increased 55.2 percentage YoY, the most since 2013, and surpassed 39.9M models in the first quarter of 2014. Apple led with 12.7M sales, an increase of 64.3 percentage YoY. Samsung 8M, which is up 60.8 percent YoY Apple’s iPad maintained. The largest part of the pill market during one quarter, in the year 2021 due to the product category grew by more than 50 percent year-over year.
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As the tablet market grew by more than 50% year over year in the first quarter of 2021. Apple’s iPad continued to hold the lion’s share of the market. IDC’s latest data shows that worldwide tablet shipments increased by 55.2% year over year to 39.9 million units in the first quarter of 2021. According to the company, growth of this size hasn’t occurred since 2013.
Apple continued to lead the field of tablet producers. During the first quarter, the Cupertino business shipped an estimated 12.7 million iPad units, rising 64.3% from the same period last year. Apple increased their market share from 30% in Q1 2020 to 31.7% in Q2 2020.
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With an anticipated 8 million tablet shipments and 20% of the market, Samsung came in second. Amazon was in fourth place with 3.5 million shipments, Lenovo was in third with 3.8 million. Huawei was in fifth with 2.7 million.
We are still far from returning to “normal” working conditions, so the demand for tablets, especially detachables, is expected to continue for a while. According to IDC research analyst Anuroopa Nataraj. “Vaccine rollouts and businesses returning to offices may slow down the work-from-home trend,” she said.
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