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Global tablet sales grow just 1% to 78.3 mln in Q4 - study

Monday 2 February 2015 | 14:00 CET | News
Global tablet shipments reached 78.3 million in the fourth quarter, up just 1 percent from the 77.2 million units sold in the year-earlier quarter, according to a report from Strategy Analytics. The year's three previous quarters saw increases of 17 percent, 6 percent and 6 percent respectively. Apple shipped 21.4 million iPads, a 74 percent quarterly rise due to seasonality, but its sales dropped by 18 percent annually in a sign that the iPhone 6 is putting pressure on the iPad Mini and the continued success of the iMac could be inhibiting some iPad Air 2 growth. Apple's share of the tablet

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Companies: Apple / Microsoft / Strategy Analytics
Countries: World
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