“In other words, in Forrester’s opinion, the 2 million iPads Apple sold in April and May were a fluke. It will be lucky sell 1.5 million between June and December — or fewer than 215,000 per month,” Elmer-DeWitt reports. “‘Consumers didn’t ask for tablets,’ she points out in her summary. ‘In fact, Forrester’s data shows that the top features consumers say they want in a PC are a complete mismatch with the features of the iPad.'”
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: We addressed this one already yesterday: “Oh, puleeze, Apple alone will sell way more than 3.5 million iPads in 2010 and Forrester’s 2015 number [20.4 million units] is ludicrously, ridiculously, laughably, unbelievably low. So many just don’t get it! It continues to amaze us.”
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers too numerous to mention individually for the heads up.]