Wednesday 15 November 2023
iPad leads India tablet market in 3Q23
Thanks to premiumization, Apple led the Indian tablet market, with its biggest rivals, Samsung Electronics and Lenovo, falling behind. However, The growth of India's tablet shipments...
Monday 23 October 2023
India to monitor notebook and tablet imports without resorting to licensing or quotas
After multiple policy adjustments, India has implemented an import management system for computers and notebooks without resorting to licensing or quota restrictions, while imported...
Wednesday 18 October 2023
Foldable iPad in intensive development; mass production to begin in 2H24 at the earliest
Supply chain sources reported that Apple is working with suppliers to develop a foldable iPad, and small-scale production could begin as early as the end of 2024. This suggests that...
Monday 25 September 2023
Global tablet demand stays in stagnation in 2Q23 and 2H23, says DIGITIMES Research
Global tablet shipments reached only 28.09 million units in the second quarter of 2023, down nearly 5% from a quarter ago, due to the quarter being the traditional slow season and...
Monday 14 August 2023
India roundup: Confusion and concerns mount among notebook and tablet vendors over India's import restriction measure
India's surprising announcement to require license for imported notebooks and tablets raised confusion and concerns in the IT hardware industry. Hyundai is looking to launch more...
Tuesday 8 August 2023
GIS posts over 10% revenue decline in July
Touch solution provider General Interface Solution (GIS) saw its July revenue fall 12.3% sequentially to NT$5.72 billion (US$179.8 million), due mainly to inventory correction for...
Tuesday 8 August 2023
Handsets, tablets and wearables differ starkly in sales recovery momentum
Mobile phones, tablets, and wearable devices differ significantly in their shipment performance and recovery momentum in the Taiwan market. In particular, mobile phones sales are...
Wednesday 26 July 2023
Google, Apple rumored to be considering foldable tablets, say sources
Apple and Google are both reportedly considering entering the foldable tablet market, according to related upstream supply chain sources.
Monday 10 July 2023
Omdia cuts global large-area LCD shipment forecast for 2023
According to Omdia, previous estimates that large-area LCD shipments would increase by 0.6% in 2023 have now been revised to show negative growth of 3.2% due to slower demand and...
Friday 16 June 2023
iPad saw good shipment performances in both US and China markets
Apple's iPad saw good shipment performances in both the US and China markets recently. Analysis believes that entry-level models are a major reason behind iPad's success in the US...
Monday 12 June 2023
Coretronics sees May revenues rise slightly on month, but plunge over 20% on year
Taiwan-based backlight unit (BLU) maker Coretronic reported consolidated revenues of NT$3.18 billion for May, up 5% on month, but shrank 27% on year with consolidated revenues for...
Tuesday 23 May 2023
Global tablet shipment declined by 19.1% in 1Q23, back to pre-pandemic numbers
The International Data Corporation (IDC) announced that the global tablet shipment in the first quarter of 2023 was 30.7 million units, a 19.1% decrease compared to 2022. Although...
Tuesday 16 May 2023
Global tablet shipments expected to slip slightly in 2Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
Despite issues such as the global economy showing no sign of recovery and the slow season having limited tablet brands' shipment in the earlier half of the first quarter of 2023,...
Tuesday 25 April 2023
Apple ranked biggest mobile PC display purchaser throughout 2022, says Omdia
Total mobile PC (include notebook and tablet) panel shipments reached 479 million units in 2022, according to Omdia. This is the first time since 2020 that annual shipments came below...
Wednesday 12 April 2023
ARM-based PCs to gain share over Intel and AMD
Personal computers (PC) based on Arm architecture will grow in popularity and their market share will almost double from 14% now to 25% by 2027, according to Counterpoint Research.