Apple no longer dominates the tablet market it created
When the iPad first came out in spring 2010, tablets were a rarity. Of course, Microsoft and some of its PC partners had experimented with PCs in a touch-screen slate format, but those tablets never took off.
A year later, Apple was selling about 10 million iPads per quarter, and other manufacturers raced to capitalize on the trend. For a couple years, Apple was the tablet market.As this chart from Statista based on IDC data shows, things have changed.
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