AppleInsider reports that according to new figures from China’s Analysys International, Apple has had huge sales figures for the iPad in China in the past three months, with nearly three out of every four tablet purchases being an iPad, and that’s even with the newest iPad only being available in the last week of the quarter. According to Analysys International, 2.3 million tablets in total were sold in the second quarter of 2012, representing an increase of 63% from the year-ago period. As you might expect, Apple has a massive 72.66% of these sales, with an estimated 1.7 million iPads sold. With such figures Apple totally dominates the tablet market in China, of course, with its closest rival in the territory, Lenovo, lagging far behind in second place with an 8.38% share. Eben came in third with a 3.63% share, still beating Samsung though, with its very lowly 3.59% share.
Source: Apple sells 1.7 million iPads in China during Q2 to capture 72% of market
China market: iPad occupies over 72% of 2Q12 tablet sales