Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Still on Top List in Web View analysis than Nexus and Kindle, New Tablets to Arrive in Market in 2013

Although Google’s Nexus and Amazon are more sold in the market nowadays yet Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) seems to dominate the tablet market still, a report from London states.

Chitika an analytics company has observed that users among every one hundred pages of web pages have viewed the content on iPad of Apple, 4.88 view range is observed in Amazon’s Kindle Fire while 1.22 page views are observed in Google’s Nexus. Also 3.04/100 views are to be reported in Samsung Galaxy over iPad. Chitika analyzed these records in US and Canada from 8 December – 14 December 2012.

In an event of September, Apple’s Tim Cook statement regarding figures that iPad is responsible for 91% of the ongoing web interchange than the other tablets is found to be somehow accurate.

Year 2012 can be considered as the lucky year as the market received a gift of nine magnificent tablets namely Nexus of Google, Amazon Kindle Fire and tablets like iPad mini. The next year is expected to provide more such gifts to the users all over the globe with a more efficient memory and chic appearance. The following can be assumed to be the gifts of New Year 2013:

Microsoft Surface Pro: It is a Microsoft based tablet for Windows 8.

Apple iPad Mini 2: To survive in the tablet market, Apple had to produce a second generation of iPad Mini as soon as possible as the last iPad Mini was a complete failure.

Nexus Tablets: Google launched two tablets in 2012 Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 from Samsung. This year it should be producing more upgraded version these.

Apple iPad 5: Apple launched iPad 3 and iPad 4 last year. Now we are looking ahead to hear some good news about the launch of iPad 5 this year.

Samsung Galaxy: This was the largest revival of iPad. However it did not get much public attentions in 2012. In the upcoming year, we would certainly be expecting some new features to be included in the future upcoming tablets of Samsung Galaxy. Samsung tablets are expected to take over iPads in the year 2013. Let’s see.

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