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Msg  188739 of 188748  at  5/1/2020 12:00:54 PM  by


Gotta give Goldman Sachs / Rod Hall credit for trying

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<Global tablet shipments to surge 45% in 2Q20, says Digitimes Research

Summer Kuo, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei
Thursday 30 April 2020

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Apple remained the largest tablet brand worldwide in the first quarter, followed by Samsung Electronics in second and Huawei in third. . . . Microsoft was in fifth place. Amazon fell out of the top-5 in the first quarter . . . .

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Apple's tablets had a sequential shipment decline slower than those of othe first-tier brands in the first quarter of 2020 . . . .

With Apple to significantly increase its tablet orders for the second quarter, the shipment share of GF2-featured tablets is expected to rise further, while Taiwan-based ODMs, which are key manufacturers of iPads, will see their combined shipments grow 60% sequentially in the quarter and command over 50% of worldwide volumes.

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