Apple seems to know how to turn things around to the original form. Apple’s new analyst report demonstrates that the iPhone maker has doubled the iPad shipments in China for the first quarter of 2023, juxtaposed to the same time frame in 2022.
Apple had a rocky road as the supply chain issues had led the company to go through a treeless region. Apple iPad is more pricey than its rivalries Android tablets. But, Apple was ahead of time to rotate the time of old numbers at the beginning of 2023.
A new report from Canalys spectated by Apple insider states that iPad shipments doubled in China for Q1 2023. The tablet market had gone indestructible, with a 38% growth in total.
Apple sales have bounced to huge numbers; Apple nearly shipped 2.48 million iPads in the first quarter of 2023, a 106.4% increase from 2022. In addition, the report further states that Apple’s market share also increased from 13% to 38.4%.
The Chinese Electronic company Huawei stands next to Apple with 1.14 million units shipped with a 17.6% market share. Honor stands next to Huawei in third place with 701 thousand units shipped. However, Apple didn’t make it into the PC market; it wasn’t mentioned in the report. Apple’s Desktop, notebook, and workstation shipments fell 24%.
Furthermore, the tablet market is quite revered by Apple, with products organizing from the entry $449 10.9-inch iPad to the $1,099 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The company rolled out Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for particular models on Tuesday, stating a dedicated liability to high-end users of the devices.