AppleInsider reports that Apple’s iPad has topped J.D. Power’s Tablet Satisfaction Survey for the third year running. Apple’s tablet was also the only tablet to score five out of five in J.D. Power’s Power Circle ratings.
With an increased number of cheaper tablet options now on the market, J.D. Power says that consumers now consider cost as more important than features or brand reputation when buying a tablet.
The influx of cheaper tablets has also seen the average selling price fall from $390 in 2012 to $337 in 2014, and customer satisfaction has also fallen from 853 to 835.
Apple's iPad ranks highest in overall consumer satisfaction for tablets, says JD Power