iPad pro new effects! Apple tablet Q3 shipped 10.1 million units, an annual increase of 4% Amazon shipments surged 141%
07
Nov 2019

Kirsten Thomas

iPad pro new effects! Apple tablet Q3 shipped 10.1 million units, an annual increase of 4% Amazon shipments surged 141%

According to the latest Strategy Analytics report, although the overall sales of flat panels in the third quarter of the world declined, Apple, Amazon and Lenovo have grown against the trend; among them, Amazon’s shipments have surged, up 141% from last year to 5.3 million units; It was stimulated by the iPad pro with a high CP value in September, with a single-season shipment of 10.1 million units and an annual increase of 4%.

According to the 9to5mac report, global tablet sales have fallen by 4%, but they remain above 38 million. Mainly because Apple launched the new iPad pro in September, not only provides 11 screens and supports Smart Keyboard, the price is 329 US dollars (NTD 26,900 yuan), driving Apple's total iPad revenue increased by 8% this season.

Eric Smith, director of connected computing, said: "Apple released a larger seventh-generation iPad in the third quarter of 2019, supporting keyboard functions, and the price is still the same as the previous model, helping to promote shipments. The volume increased by 4% year-on-year. Because Apple's average sales price increased by 9%, the iPad Pro combination is stronger than last year.

Apple iPad Global Tablet Shipments

Apple iPad Pro Global Tablet Market

In addition, the report pointed out that the upcoming new iPad Pro with a new rear 3D sensor camera is currently expected to debut in March 2020.

According to the report, Amazon has shipped 5.3 million units in the third quarter due to the Prime Day, which was launched in July. In addition, Amazon has been suppressed by the United States, and its market share has climbed to 14%, ranking the top five in the world. Advance to the second.

Research analyst Chirag Upadhyay said that Amazon has performed well in Europe since it was listed on the US Department of Commerce's entity list in May 2019. In addition, Lenovo took advantage of Huawei's weak performance in Europe, with shipments up 8% year-on-year.

Chirag Upadhyay said that although Huawei can support the brand in the short term, if the trade war drags on for too long, it may damage Huawei's relationship with consumers, distributors and operators.