|By PR Newswire||
|February 17, 2014 07:37 AM EST||
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This IDC Forecast Update forecasts and analyzes the worldwide tablet market by region. It updates and supersedes Worldwide and U.S. Tablet 2013-2017 Forecast Update: May 2013 (IDC #241571, June 2013). It includes shipment, revenue, and ASP data for the 2013-2017 forecast period, as well as segmentation by consumer versus commercial adoption, screen size, operating system, and connectivity.
Tablet growth in mature markets such as the United States is beginning to slow as saturation begins, and tablets are challenged by new large-/screened smartphones and other technology for their share of the consumer wallet. Emerging markets will begin to play a much bigger role in the tablet market going forward and should offset slowing growth in other regions helping drive the tablet market to new shipment heights through the end of the forecast period in 2017.
Table of Contents
In This Forecast Update
Market Share Data
Forecast and Assumptions
Table: Top 3 Assumptions for the Worldwide and U.S. Tablet Market, 2013-2017
Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the Worldwide and U.S. Tablet Market, 2013-2017
Table: Worldwide Tablet Shipments, 2011-2017
Table: Worldwide Consumer and Commercial Tablet Shipments, 2011-2017 (M)
Table: Worldwide Tablet Shipments by Operating System, 2011-2017 (M)
Table: Worldwide Tablet Shipments by Screen Size, 2011-2017 (M)
Table: Worldwide Tablet Shipments by Connectivity Technology, 2011-2017 (M)
Table: Worldwide Tablet Shipments by Region, 2011-2017 (M)
Table: Worldwide Tablet Revenue by Region, 2011-2017 ($B)
Table: Worldwide Tablet ASP by Region, 2011-2017 ($)
Table: U.S. Consumer and Commercial Tablet Shipments, 2011-2017 (M)
Table: U.S. Tablet Shipments by Operating System, 2011-2017 (M)
Table: U.S. Tablet Shipments by Screen Size, 2011-2017 (M)
Table: U.S. Tablet Shipments by Connectivity Technology, 2011-2017 (M)
Table: Worldwide Tablet Shipments, 2010-2017: Comparison of June 2013 and September 2013 Forecasts (M)
Figure: Worldwide Tablet Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 1H13
Figure: Worldwide Tablet Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 1H12
Figure: U.S. Tablet Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 1H13
Figure: U.S. Tablet Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 1H12
Figure: Worldwide Tablet Shipments, 2011-2017
Figure: Worldwide Consumer and Commercial Tablet Shipments, 2011-2017
Figure: Worldwide Tablet Shipments by Operating System, 2011-2017
Figure: Worldwide Tablet Shipments by Screen Size, 2011-2017
Figure: Worldwide Tablet Shipments by Connectivity Technology,2011-2017
Figure: Worldwide Tablet Shipments by Region, 2011-2017
Figure: Worldwide Tablet Revenue by Region, 2011-2017
Figure: Worldwide Tablet ASP by Region, 2011-2017
Figure: U.S. Consumer and Commercial Tablet Shipments, 2011-2017
Figure: U.S. Tablet Shipments by Operating System, 2011-2017
Figure: U.S. Tablet Shipments by Screen Size, 2011-2017
Figure: U.S. Tablet Shipments by Connectivity Technology, 2011-2017
Figure: Worldwide Tablet Shipments, 2010-2017: Comparison of June 2013 and September 2013 Forecasts
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Worldwide and U.S. Tablet 2013-2017 Forecast Update: September 2013
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