How Tablets Will Rule Humanity in 2012

It’s funny when you think about it. Several years ago, no one knew what a tablet was. Even when they first came out, only a small percentage of the market really cared. However, ever since Apple stepped into the game and made the iPad, the tablet market has exploded. There are now studies from Deloitte suggesting that iPad’s will outnumber people in some households. This might seem weird, but it really isn’t when you consider the usefulness of these tablets and all the many tasks they can be used for. While this trend is only starting now, it is predicted to balloon.

The Statistics
To be more precise, the Deloitte studies are not saying that every household has more tablets than people, and some of these households may still have more people than machines. However, what the study itself has uncovered and predicted is that about five percent of all tablet sales in 2012 will be for households that already have one tablet. Some households of course have more than one already.

Star of the Show
There are many tablets on the market now from just about every computer company. However, none of them can beat the iPad in terms of sales. The Deloitte study predicts that most of these tablets will be coming from Apple, with the other brands trickling in.

Why So Many Tablets?
What can you use a tablet for? Perhaps the better question is what can’t you use it for, because these tablets come with so many different apps, programs and functions that they can do just about anything. While income may be a problem this year, people are more than willing to set aside those problems to get quality electronics, seeing their usefulness either as business tools or for entertainment.

Other Electronics
Don’t think that iPad is the only device that is selling off the shelves, consumers are predicted to buy a whole range of different electronics. Unlike in past years, where computers, smartphones and TVs have suffered slightly in sales, this study predicts that their market share is about to go up, big time.

Another Prediction
The Deloitte study makes one last prediction. For a long time, some fringe smartphones have used apps to make it easier for consumers to pay for electronics and other items via phone payments, which are usually more convenient than paying from the computer. This prediction states that larger smartphone companies are going to finally start supporting this movement by adding these convenient apps into their phones, so people can buy products much more easily than before.

Conclusion
While the Deloitte study does not offer any real game-changing predictions, it does show that many consumers are still very interested in electronics and they want to expand their amount of technology. It will probably be a few more years before we can certifiably say that there are more tablets than people, but 2012 is definitely a starting year for this trend. Amid the poor economy, electronics manufacturers can rejoice, because their sales figures will still be strong in the new year.

It’s funny when you think about it. Several years ago, no one knew what a tablet was. Even when they first came out, only a small percentage of the market really cared. However, ever since Apple stepped into the game and made the iPad, the tablet market has exploded. There are now studies from Deloitte suggesting that iPad’s will outnumber people in some households. This might seem weird, but it really isn’t when you consider the usefulness of these tablets and all the many tasks they can be used for. While this trend is only starting now, it is predicted to balloon.

The Statistics
To be more precise, the Deloitte studies are not saying that every household has more tablets than people, and some of these households may still have more people than machines. However, what the study itself has uncovered and predicted is that about five percent of all tablet sales in 2012 will be for households that already have one tablet. Some households of course have more than one already.

Star of the Show
There are many tablets on the market now from just about every computer company. However, none of them can beat the iPad in terms of sales. The Deloitte study predicts that most of these tablets will be coming from Apple, with the other brands trickling in.

Why So Many Tablets?
What can you use a tablet for? Perhaps the better question is what can’t you it for, because these tablets come with so many different apps, programs and functions that they can do just about anything. While income may be a problem this year, people are more than willing to set aside those problems to get quality electronics, seeing their usefulness either as business tools or for entertainment.

Other Electronics
Don’t think that iPad is the only device that is selling off the shelves, consumers are predicted to buy a whole range of different electronics. Unlike in past years, where computers, smartphones and TVs have suffered slightly in sales, this study predicts that their market share is about to go up, big time.

Another Prediction
The Deloitte study makes one last prediction. For a long time, some fringe smartphones have used apps to make it easier for consumers to pay for electronics and other items via phone payments, which are usually more convenient than paying from the computer. This prediction states that larger smartphone companies are going to finally start supporting this movement by adding these convenient apps into their phones, so people can buy products much more easily than before.

Conclusion
While the Deloitte study does not offer any real game-changing predictions, it does show that many consumers are still very interested in electronics and they want to expand their amount of technology. It will probably be a few more years before we can certifiably say that there are more tablets than people, but 2012 is definitely a starting year for this trend. Amid the poor economy, electronics manufacturers can rejoice, because their sales figures will still be strong in the new year.

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