Tomahawk, WI 11/15/2013 (BasicsMedia) – It is common knowledge that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPhones are not ticking in China’s smartphone market. It’s just recently that the company showed some marginal rally up, climbing to the fifth spot with just about 6% of the total market share. The story with iPad is different. The Cupertino-based company leads in the China’s tablet market share, holding 51.7% while its main rival holds about 13%. The other manufacturer coming at third position is Lenovo, a domestic company, whose market share is 9.1%, falling far from Apple’s towering podium station.

In the third quarter of the current fiscal year, tablet sales in China climbed to about 4.35 million, indicating about 67.2% upsurge from the same period last year and about 21.7% increase from the previous quarter. Looking at these figures, it’s clear that the uptake of tablets in China is rapidly growing. A 67.2% increase in sales is materially up and signifies a bullish market. This growth surpasses even the growth in the U.S. although the U.S. sales figures exceed what has been witnessed in China in recent times.

Data before iPad Air

The interesting thing about the above laid out figures about Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s success in Chinese tablet market is that they were obtained before the company released its fresh line of tablets. The Cupertino-based tech company started trading its upgraded iPad Air on Nov. 1. Then the new iPad Mini followed in the market about 11 days later, allowing a good release margin. To begin with, the uptake of iPad Mini has been very high, being nearly five times that of the previous version. In fact, it’s reported that the company might not have enough of iPad Mini devices to feed the holiday bullish market. As for iPad Air, things have been impressive so far. Its uptake is also put higher, about five times that of last year’s iPad. This device is offered in almost all of Apple’s stores in the U.S. and internationally. It has really charmed the market, yet the forth coming festive season might see even higher sales. China is reported to be very responsive on the device, making sell like a hotcake.

The design, speed and power delivered in Apple’s new line of tablets is just the kind that fast-paced digital market requires. The downside to Apple’s exploits in China, the world’s fastest growing economy is that its iPad is not compatible with the Chinese 3G of LTE network. This barrier is impacting negatively on the sales of the devices. If the company can address this barrier, its fortunes in terms of tablet sales in China can be incredible.

If you thought that China is the only market that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is charming with its high-end tablets, a second thought is necessary. In Japan, the company owns about 50% of the total tablet market share. This makes the Cupertino-based company the highest tablet seller in the market. And unlike China, Apple is also doing great with its iPhone 5C and 5S in the Japanese market. The uptake of smartphone in Japan is driven up by the people’s big spending culture and subsidies by mobile carriers.

As a last word, the point to take home is that looking at what is happening domestically and internationally for Apple, it’s safe to say that the company’s rebound is here.

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