CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. And since many Koreans bought the iPad before it was available locally, the total could be much higher than 1 million, noted the Herald. 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. Around two-thirds of the iPads sold in Korea are Wi-Fi only, suggesting to the Herald that consumers don't want to be tied down to the data plans of their local carriers.
The news is likely to put smiles on the faces of the higher-ups at Apple, which has been competing with Samsung on a variety of fronts, The two have been battling for the top spot in the smartphone market, with Apple outscoring Samsung last quarter, but Samsung pulling ahead for the year as a whole, Both combatants have also been duking it out in the patent courts, with suits and countersuits flying around the world, Apple has launched suits in the U.S., Germany, and Australia, claiming that Samsung's smartphones and tablets are guilty of patent violation, Samsung in iphone case uag turn has accused Apple of violating key patents related to wireless communications and other technologies..
Apple also kept its lawyers busy last year arguing that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 infringes upon the design of the iPad. Both sides have pulled out a variety of tricks trying to make their cases, but lately the judges have sided with Samsung. A Dutch court ruled in favor of the Korean company last month, finding that the Tab is not guilty of patent infringement. And last late week a German court found that Samsung's revised version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, known as the Galaxy Tab 10.1N, could hit store shelves following a call by Apple to ban the tablet.
Scoring more than 1 million iphone case uag in unit sales, Apple's iPad is outshining Samsung's own Galaxy tablets in the company's native Korea, Apple's iPad is giving Samsung's tablets a run for their money even in Samsung's home base of Korea, 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, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Apple boss Tim Cook, successor to Steve Jobs, said the inspections were "unprecedented in the electronics industry, both in scale and scope". Pressure has been mounting on Apple -- and other tech companies -- for some time over reports that employees had been driven to suicide by poor conditions. A recent petition demanding an 'ethical iPhone 5' attracted thousands of signatures. Apple was the first tech company to join the FLA, amid controversial reports of harsh working conditions and even suicides in factories. Apple's response to concerns over labour conditions will hopefully nudge other tech brands such as Samsung, Panasonic and Sony to take a look at conditions where their products are built. At one Foxconn factory, employees have gone so far as to threaten mass suicide over production of the Xbox games console.
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