“Sales of the iPad are estimated to have topped 1 million in Korea since the tablet debuted in the country in November 2010, according to the Korea Herald. Last year’s sales alone hit around 700,000,” Lance Whitney reports for CNET.
“And since many Koreans bought the iPad before it was available locally, the total could be much higher than 1 million, noted the Herald,” Whitney reports. “Samsung is shy about releasing actual sales figures. But the iPad’s share of the Korean market is somewhere between 70 and 80 percent, far outstripping that of the various Galaxy Tab models as well as other Android devices.”
Whitney reports, “The news is likely to put a smile of the faces of the higher-ups at Apple, which has been competing with Samsung on a variety of fronts.”
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