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Apple has Managed to Cope Up with iPad 2 Demand

July 20, 2011  |  iPad Tweaks  |  Share

Ever since Apple’s iPad 2 was launched last March, the Cupertino Company has been struggling for the shortage of stocks which left a lot of people empty-handed after coming from an Apple store. Too much rumors have been heard that Apple is now testing for a third generation iPad which provide a screen double the resolution of the iPad 2.

Though gossips are very rampant regarding the coming Apple tablet, we can’t help but wait for the final announcement from Apple since based on their company record, Apple’s never released products in 6-8 months increments. They even cannot supply the current iPad 2 for the entire consumer’s demand.

But now, I guess they have managed to provide a solution about that. Perhaps the Apple manufacturer has doubled their effort to reach the target since the 2nd week of July. Apple COO Tim Cook said that the company was continuing to make a larger number of iPad 2 to reach the “staggering” demand.

The tremendous success that iPad 2 has brought to Apple also brought more developers to shift from Android to iOS, according to study conducted by Flurry (an analytics firm). The stats point to an increase in development for iDevices, such as iPad and iPhone, while Android’s app creation has fallen. Their speculation was due to the increasing number of iPad 2 being sold and the acquiring of Verizon iPhone.

“Studying the numbers, it’s readily apparent that Android has lost developer support to iOS. Specifically, Android new project starts have dropped from 36% in Q1 to 28% in Q2. Overall, total Flurry iOS and Android new project starts grew from 9,100 in Q1 to 10,200 in Q2. Of note, this drop in Android developer support represents the second quarter-over-quarter slide, which follows a year of significant, steady growth for the Google-built OS. Over the course of 2010, Android developer support had steadily climbed each quarter, peaking at 39% in Q4 2010.”

Although this kind of studies doesn’t really implicate the real numbers in the market, it just implies that somehow Apple is one of the giants in technology. As for the developers, more money they can make in iOS than in Android. That’s a fact.

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