Apple iPad Still The Best, Kindle Fire Goes to the Bottom
The survey conducted by ChangeWave to 3000 Americans shows that an amazingly 73 percent of targeted buyers plan to purchase an iPad in the next three months. Kindle Fire on the other hand got only eight percent of the votes. The other six percent has decided to get a Samsung Galaxy Tab. This is really striking since the Kindle Fire got 22 percent on the same survey that was conducted in November last year. What can be the reason of the sudden drop?
Since the birth of the iTablet the Cupertino Company has maintain the lead in the market. The company has also set the standard of the tablet world the way it wants. Majority of potential tablet buyers crave and long for the iPad. Sadly, only a handful wants to get something from the competitors and they also end up regretful in the end.
The dominance of the iPad in the tablet market is linked to its satisfaction rate. 81 percent of the users’ rate their experience with the device as “Very Satisfied”. Amazon Kindle Fire on the other hand satisfied only 41 percent of its users. The information is based on the survey released by ChangeWave. This is one challenge and dilemma that other gadget companies failed to remedy so far.
What can be missing with the competitors? Aside from the fact Apple and the iPad are two famous names that every gadget buyers will recognize in seconds, the satisfaction and performance that both offer is the number reason why both maintained the lead in the game.
The Cupertino Company continues to release new models of the iTablet, and every model continues to amaze the users and the business analysts not only with its to-die-for features, but with its amazing sales.
Apple has obviously gotten the strategy on how to “wow” the consumers and users of its devices. Aside from the Apple tablet, the iPhone is also making a big name in the market. This one gadget adds power to the company’s already unbeatable status in the industry.
The big question is, what Apple is doing that other companies can’t? Two years is long enough for a company to invent something that will surely wipe out or if not equal the competitor. Considering the fact that the Cupertino Company keeps on growing, and the popularity of the iTablet has reached even in the other corners of the world.
Android is one thing that competitors could have used and developed to equal with Apple’s iOS, but surprisingly that potential seemed to be ignored. Buyers are wishing to have a powerful alternative against the Apple tablet, but until now no one can predict when that wish will come true.
Do you plan to spend hundreds of dollars for an iPad? If not, what gadget would you like to have?