Monday, November 26, 2012

88% of the 2012 Black Friday Shopping From Tablets comprised Apple's iPads

Although Samsung smartphones are showing phenomenal growth and are taking a larger market share as compared to Apple, but a recent report at Redmond Pie boasts that Apple’s iPad and iPhone dominated when it came to buyers’ choice of which device to sit down with in order to place their orders, this Black Friday.

Part of the Inforgraphic by IBM published at Redmond Pie

One of those things, apparently, is online shopping. With Black Friday just a few short days ago, Big Blue, otherwise known as IBM, has been running the numbers on the recent shop-fest – and the iPad was apparently rather pivotal when it comes to helping buyers splash the cash from the comfort of their sofas.

Apple's iPad was the most used device when it came to making purchases online, with the tablet accounting for 88.3% of all shopping done via a tablet device and 10% of online shopping that could be attributed to a mobile device. The iPhone came in second with 8.7%.

Read more about it at: Redmond Pie

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