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Ipad Seems To Take Over The Rights Of Other Apple Products

Ipad Seems To Take Over The Rights Of Other Apple Products

Posted by guruje
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Recently going I observed that NPD has printed their statistics for Apple's products sales in the U.S. calculated in the first quarter of 2010. The calculation count as 39% increase in the Mac sales year-over-year. Where according to Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster quotes, "April NPD data signifies that iPad eat its own family products that had reduced the iPod or Mac sales.”

iPad has made a drastic effect on the sales in U.S. release with one million sales in just a month. All the analyst and investors in the mobile landscape are snooping to count on the international sales on 28th May. While Apple took 2 years to sell 1 million iPods, 74 days for 1 million iPhones and just only 28 days to sell 1M iPads. Until now the latest MacBook Pro seems to balance itself with pretty good figures in the graph with its newly upgraded version lately launched last month.

Maybe newly launched MacBook Pro is a reason for balanced figure of sales in its book where better and satisfied results are expected in the month of May or June. Nevertheless iPod sales reduced to 17% by year-over-year. iPod and its sales are badly affected from last year may be because iPhone gives away all the same music streaming and gaming experience that an iPod touch offers to the users.

While iPhone is not endangered by the newly iPad as you cannot make calls from your iPad. Yeah! You can enjoy a huge multi-touch screen, 10-hour lasting battery and audio mail or eBook reading through iPad. It is certainly not fixed for your pocket but can be easily carried due to its sleek and light weighing feature. iPad may not seem to you much useful for now but its highly integrated functionality would be more distinguishable among other netbooks when you will use it.
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