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Samsung is eating away at Apple's Tablet market.

Apple's tablet market share for Q4 falls in face of Samsung surge

After making waves in the smartphone market, it seems Samsung has finally got a footing in the tablet market, which has been dominated by Apple so far. According to research firm IDC, the Korean company has doubled its share of the tablet market in Q4 of 2012.

Samsung, manufacturers of the Galaxy Tab series, sold 7.9 million units, up from 2.2 million a year ago and commands 15.1 percent of the market. That figure is nearly one-third of Apple’s share, who now holds a market share of 43.6 percent, down from 51.7 percent. Apple lost market share despite selling more tablets, so it does signal a sort of surge for Samsung.
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Apple's iPad is still the market leader, but Samsung has seen more than a 200 percent rise in share




The two have been competing to get a greater share of the tablet PC market, seen as key to their overall growth. Global shipments of tablet PCs surged 75 percent in the final quarter of 2012 to a record 52.5 million units.

"We expected a very strong fourth quarter, and the market didn't disappoint," said Tom Mainelli, Research Director - Tablets, IDC. "New product launches from the category's top vendors, as well as new entrant Microsoft, led to a surge in consumer interest and very robust shipments totals during the holiday season."

The tablet PC market is expected to grow further in the coming years, certainly faster than PC sales. Even Microsoft felt obliged to launch the Surface slates powered by the Windows 8. Amongst the other top 5 tablet vendors, Amazon and Barnes & Noble both saw their market share shoot up sharply during the holiday season. Amazon shipped more than 6 million Kindle Fires during the quarter, increasing its share to 11.5 percent, a year-over year growth of 26.8 percent. Close to a million units of B&N’s Nook were shipped, increasing its share to 1.9 percent. Meanwhile, Asus, in fourth place, saw its share slip from 7.8 percent to 5.8 percent despite a strong showing in the market of its Google-branded Nexus 7 tablet. In fact, it has the highest year-over-year increase in the top five with an increase of 402.3 percent. However, IDC’s report didn’t show Microsoft’s tablet setting the market on fire. Microsoft shipped only 900,000 unit in the three months. IDC reckons this is due to the higher prices of Microsoft’s products, but it could also be due to a lack of early adoption as Microsoft only introduced the Surface during that quarter.

However, the research firm believes Microsoft will be a crucial player in the sector in the long term. "There is no question that Microsoft is in this tablet race to compete for the long haul," said Ryan Reith, Program Manager - Mobile Device Trackers, IDC.




You talk about Web share, not phones sold.

When it comes to Phones sold, it is you guessed it, Phones sold...

As for the bet, your pussay roller blading ass chickened the **** out.

Reaching now son. PS. Nice of you to dread, replying to what you said I was to dread. LOL.


How can I make a bet with someone who doesn't understand that Samsung don't give figures for devices sold?

All the figures Samsung provide are for devices shipped.
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Old 02-02-2013, 05:20 PM
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How can I make a bet with someone who doesn't understand that Samsung don't give figures for devices sold?

All the figures Samsung provide are for devices shipped.
No they are not. If you do research, you will see that.

PS. Samsung is the OVERALL (WORLD) leader in sales. Apple only took the lead in the US lol. I am from the 'World' and so are you. You are not from the US...

Apple Overtakes Samsung to Become Largest Mobile Phone Vendor in U.S.
Friday February 1, 2013 6:25 am PST by Ben Lovejoy
Apple overtook Samsung as the market leader in mobile phones in the United States for the final quarter of 2012, reports Strategy Analytics, though Samsung still led for the year as a whole. The development marks the first time Apple has held the top spot in overall mobile phone shipments.

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The technology analysts estimate that a total of 52 million mobile phones were shipped in the U.S. last quarter, with Apple accounting for 17.7 million of them, Samsung for 16.8 million and LG a distant third with 4.7 million. Samsung had held the top spot since 2008 before being dethroned by Apple.

Strategy Analytics Executive Director Neil Mawston said:

We estimate Apple shipped 17.7 million mobile phones for a record 34 percent share of the United States market in the fourth quarter of 2012. This was up sharply from 12.8 million units shipped and 25 percent share in Q4 2011. Apple has become the number one mobile phone vendor by volume in the United States for the first time ever. Apple’s success has been driven by its popular ecosystem of iPhones and App Store, generous carrier subsidies, and extensive marketing around the new iPhone 5 model.

The firm believes, however, that Samsung may retake the title when it launches its rumored Galaxy S4.

Meantime, The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday rejected Apple's renewed attempt to ban sales of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, as noted by AllThingsD. Apple was initially awarded an injunction which prohibited sales of the Nexus in the long-running patent battle between the two companies, but this was overturned in October. This now exhausts Apple's appeal options, making the latest decision final.

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Also your ***** ass got **** scared of a bet. You did a Tim Bradley.
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Apple beats derivative Samsung for mobile phone sales lead in fourth quarter
Friday, February 1, 2013 · 3:28 pm

“Apple Inc became the top mobile phone seller for the first time in the lucrative U.S. market during the fourth quarter of 2012, outshining arch rival Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, a report by Strategy Analytics showed,” Poornima Gupta reports for Reuters.

“Apple’s share of the U.S. mobile phone market, including feature phones and smartphones, jumped to 34 percent from 26 percent, while Samsung’s share grew to 32.3 percent from 31.8 percent, the research firm said,” Gupta reports. “Samsung had been the top mobile phone vendor in the US since 2008, the firm said.”

Gupta reports, “Apple sold 17.7 million iPhones in the U.S. in the fourth quarter, up 38 percent from the previous year… Samsung shipped 16.8 million phones during the same period.”

Read more in the full article here.
Let's put the whole article you linked shall we son.

(Reuters) - Apple Inc became the top mobile phone seller for the first time in the lucrative U.S. market during the fourth quarter of 2012, outshining arch rival Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, a report by Strategy Analytics showed.

Apple's share of the U.S. mobile phone market, including feature phones and smartphones, jumped to 34 percent from 26 percent, while Samsung's share grew to 32.3 percent from 31.8 percent, the research firm said.

Samsung had been the top mobile phone vendor in the US since 2008, the firm said. Indeed, for the full year, Samsung still held the crown for mobile phone sales; it had a 31.8 percent share of the U.S. market in 2012, against Apple's 26.2 percent.

Apple investors have recently been anxious about the future growth prospects for the company amid intense competition from Samsung's cheaper phones, powered by Google's Android software, and signs the premium smartphone market may be close to saturation in developed markets.

Overall, mobile phone shipments rose 4 percent to 52 million units in the U.S. during the fourth quarter of 2012, driven by strong demand for 4G smartphones and 3G feature phones.

But in all of 2012, U.S. mobile phone shipments fell 11 percent to 166.9 million, Strategy Analytics said.

Apple sold 17.7 million iPhones in the U.S. in the fourth quarter, up 38 percent from the previous year, driven by aggressive marketing of its new iPhone 5 and steep carrier subsidies, the firm said. Samsung shipped 16.8 million phones during the same period.

In the international arena, Samsung Electronics, with a range of handsets, has overtaken Apple as the world's top smartphone seller.

(Reporting by Poornima Gupta; Editing by Bernadette Baum)

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Come on Breakbeat, now I know why you ignored the dread posts you talked about. You are getting smacked up like a lil hoe here.

Samsung are still the World's biggest phone sellers. It's in the link you posted, which is quite nice to not be a Macdailynews one for once. I do like how you hyperlink, your sources to hide where they come from.

Slap, Slap, like a biatch.
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http://www.forbes.com/sites/larissaf...cool-to-teens/


Is Apple's iPhone No Longer Cool To Teens?
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On the sliding scale of coolness, teens place most adults firmly on the uncool side. It goes without saying that no teen wants to show up dressed identically as the science teacher.

And unfortunately for Apple, this teen logic may also apply to smartphones. They don***8217;t want to same device as their mom, dentist, and coffee barista. They want the latest, greatest phone that speaks to their generation. Samsung***8217;s Galaxy and Microsoft***8217;s Surface have recently introduced new and never-before-seen devices, whereas the first iPhone came out in 2007 (though new models are released each year).

Also working against Apple***8217;s iPhone is the popular parent tradition to give their teens the old model when they upgrade their devices. Samsung and Android devices are less expensive, which makes it more likely that parents are willing to buy a new one for the teens, versus handing them a new iPhone. ***8220;There was quite some negative buzz about the iPhone 5 and the lack of a real incremental innovation, except for the screen size and weight, when compared to the 4S. So this has an effect on the originality component of coolness,***8221; says Insites-Consulting***8217;s Joeri Van den Bergh.
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Ultimately, in the eyes of today***8217;s youth, massive popularity has watered down Apple***8217;s coolness. ***8220;Teens are telling us Apple is done,***8221; says Tina Wells of the youth marketing agency Buzz Marketing Group. ***8220;Apple has done a great job of embracing Gen X and older [Millennials], but I don***8217;t think they are connecting with Millennial kids. [They***8217;re] all about Surface tablets/laptops and Galaxy.***8221;

The signs that youngest smartphone audience has cooled on Apple have been steadily accumulating over the past few months. Apple, for instance, dropped several spots or remained flat on several teen brand opinion polls, including marketing agency***8217;s Smarty Pants***8217; Young Love survey. And while 67% of affluent teens still say they intend to purchase an iPhone as their next upgrade, reports Piper Jaffray, Samsung pulls in second with a strong 22%. Perhaps more importantly is the fact that it was unthinkable a mere 12 months ago that any teen would prefer any phone to an iPhone if given the option.

There are several influencing factors contributing to this cool-off. ***8220;It***8217;s really been a perfect storm,***8221; says Wells. As Apple devices experienced several technological glitches, competitors have stepped up their game by offering innovative and cool products at lower price points. Samsung, in particular, has been assertive, including shipping 56.9 million units in the third quarter of 2012, nearly double the 26.9 million shipped by Apple, according to Strategy Analytics. The company is also playing hardball in the court of public opinion, according to an advertising executive who works with Samsung, ***8220;The litigation floodgates are open and Samsung definitely wants to go to war, so they***8217;re more aggressive than ever with their media for that prized [youth] demographic.***8221; To this end, Samsung has spent millions of dollars over the past few months on an advertising campaign that paints the image that the iPhone is for old people (parents and late adopters) and teens should move onto the ***8220;next big thing.***8221; Another key strategy used by Samsung has targeted Apple culture ***8212; rather than the brand itself ***8212; to illustrate how absurd it is to wait in line for a smartphone.

Meanwhile, Research In Motion (RIM) is attempting to move back into the youth space, and has aligned with a few youth-oriented brands, including Extreme International, to develop Blackberry-specific apps and mobile programs aimed at 16-20-year-olds.

Still, teen marketing analysts say Apple***8217;s fate lies more with itself than with what its competitors are up to. ***8220;Everything moves in cycles and you can***8217;t rest on your past glory. You***8217;ve got to evolve to maintain relevance. Apple just needs to focus on innovation and teens will come back,***8221; says Wells.

Matt Britton of the youth marketing agency Mr. Youth adds, ***8220;Samsung and the Android platform is indeed a formidable competitor. But the interwoven ecosystem and flawless nature of Apple***8217;s products will make its growth prospects pretty much a sure thing for the foreseeable future. Remember, the entire U.S. smartphone market has just passed 50% penetration, so both platforms have nothing but growth ahead of them.***8221;
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No they are not. If you do research, you will see that.

PS. Samsung is the OVERALL (WORLD) leader in sales. Apple only took the lead in the US lol. I am from the 'World' and so are you. You are not from the US...

Apple Overtakes Samsung to Become Largest Mobile Phone Vendor in U.S.
Friday February 1, 2013 6:25 am PST by Ben Lovejoy
Apple overtook Samsung as the market leader in mobile phones in the United States for the final quarter of 2012, reports Strategy Analytics, though Samsung still led for the year as a whole. The development marks the first time Apple has held the top spot in overall mobile phone shipments.

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The technology analysts estimate that a total of 52 million mobile phones were shipped in the U.S. last quarter, with Apple accounting for 17.7 million of them, Samsung for 16.8 million and LG a distant third with 4.7 million. Samsung had held the top spot since 2008 before being dethroned by Apple.

Strategy Analytics Executive Director Neil Mawston said:

We estimate Apple shipped 17.7 million mobile phones for a record 34 percent share of the United States market in the fourth quarter of 2012. This was up sharply from 12.8 million units shipped and 25 percent share in Q4 2011. Apple has become the number one mobile phone vendor by volume in the United States for the first time ever. Apple’s success has been driven by its popular ecosystem of iPhones and App Store, generous carrier subsidies, and extensive marketing around the new iPhone 5 model.

The firm believes, however, that Samsung may retake the title when it launches its rumored Galaxy S4.

Meantime, The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday rejected Apple's renewed attempt to ban sales of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, as noted by AllThingsD. Apple was initially awarded an injunction which prohibited sales of the Nexus in the long-running patent battle between the two companies, but this was overturned in October. This now exhausts Apple's appeal options, making the latest decision final.

http://www.macrumors.com/

What you don't understand is that Apple's shipments turned into sales. Apple work on such constricted production cycles that they only feed desire for their products. The guy in charge of Apple (Tim Cook) is the one responsible for that. Samsung ships products without giving sales figures as they are just trying to flood the market, unfortunately for them this won't work out for them in the long run without the profits Apple makes.
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What you don't understand is that Apple's shipments turned into sales. Apple work on such constricted production cycles that they only feed desire for their products. The guy in charge of Apple (Tim Cook) is the one responsible for that. Samsung ships products without giving sales figures as they are just trying to flood the market, unfortunately for them this won't work out for them in the long run without the profits Apple makes.
Samsung has made record profits for itself since the S Line has started. They made billions of profit so are fine. Their line of attack is working, and they are increasing sales, profits and have only recently gained a reputation, along with Android as being the best now.

Android is going strong.
Samsung is too.

As stated, there are shipment figures, as well as sales figures. I already told you once, do some research and you will see sales figures. I may need to tell you a few more times because you're a douche.
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Samsung has made record profits for itself since the S Line has started. They made billions of profit so are fine. Their line of attack is working, and they are increasing sales, profits and have only recently gained a reputation, along with Android as being the best now.

Android is going strong.
Samsung is too.

As stated, there are shipment figures, as well as sales figures. I already told you once, do some research and you will see sales figures. I may need to tell you a few more times because you're a douche.


Sales, Sales, Sales!!!!

If you think that is all important, how comes RIM are nearly dead?

They were outselling the iPhone years ago, they couldn't lose! They had it all!

RIM flooded the market with BOGOF deals etc, it didn't work.

At the end of the day a business has to make profit with an original product. Samsung is trying to flood the market with cheap iPhone knockoffs without having the ecosystem, the OS of their own and no iTunes.

Apple control the whole widget, they have hardware, the ecosystem, the OS and iTunes.

Samsung only produce iPhones knockoffs.
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Sales, Sales, Sales!!!!

If you think that is all important, how comes RIM are nearly dead?

They were outselling the iPhone years ago, they couldn't lose! They had it all!

RIM flooded the market with BOGOF deals etc, it didn't work.

At the end of the day a business has to make profit with an original product. Samsung is trying to flood the market with cheap iPhone knockoffs without having the ecosystem, the OS of their own and no iTunes.

Apple control the whole widget, they have hardware, the ecosystem, the OS and iTunes.

Samsung only produce iPhones knockoffs.
I never had a blackberry and never will. RIM have launched BB10 and let's see how they do.

RIM is exactly what Apple will be. It has already started, people have moved on from the basic I Phone to top Android devices, much like Blackberries to I Phones. The new chapter is here, the I Phone 5 has sold a lot, but the reputation of Apple is down, and not only was it Android that poisoned Crapple, but Crapple themselves with their sub standard, crappy OS and the ****ty Maps that gave them headlines for sending you from London to Tokyo just to get home!

I Tunes 11 sucks.
Funny you mention widget, my phones has them! LOL.
Hardware? Samsung, LG, Sony make the damn screen, camera, processor.
OS? The one that copies Android with panaramic photo's, notification bar, intergration to FB, Twitter etc...

Come on, Crapple stop copying Android now.

Heck even the screen sizes... LOL.
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