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Apple Still On Top of Tablet Market

When put up against the Galaxy and Asus, Apple still reigns

May 13 2014, 12:04am CDT | by

Apple Still On Top of Tablet Market
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A new survey by the JD Power, titled the 2014 US Tablet Satisfaction Study, found that Apple is still ranked at the very top when it comes to the tablet market for the third time.

According to the people that they surveyed, Apple’s iPad ranks higher than any other tablet manufacturer. The tablets were ranked by overall customer satisfaction, something that no other company has been able to touch in the past. This comes as a shock to many people who hav believed that offering lower cost products would make them more appealing.

The iPad passed every survey in the study with flying colors, thanks to the incredible amount of effort that the company puts into their products. With other companies, even offering cheaper tablets still couldn’t stop their satisfaction ratings from going down. Currently, the standard price of tablets is sitting at $337, down from the $390 of 2012. Apple still remains well above that level, but they don't seem to be suffering from it.

This kind of trend is expected to continue as Apple is set to release a number of new models in the coming year. There is a new iPad Air rumored to be coming, along with the long awaited iPad Pro that may be delayed for the time being, until Apple has their supply chain issues worked out.

Source: ibtimes

 
 
 

<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/25" rel="author">Bijon Kumar Pramanik</a>
Bijon Kumar Pramanik is an experienced technology writer working since years in the consumer electronics field.

 

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