Many Tablet Companies won’t like to take risk launching their products at the time of Apple’s iPad launch and also they will be worried as when one analyst had to say about their chances.
According to Chris Whitmore of Deutsche Bank has issued a note to clients yesterday on the subject of tablet computers in general and iPad in particular, with some predictions that don’t look so healthy for Apple competitors.
“We believe Apple’s lead in the tablet market will prove difficult to close by the onslaught of competing products coming over the next several quarters,” Whitmore stated. “These revelations won’t go well with iPad rivals and chances are that the other Pad maker’s sales can go flat.
Moreover, Whitmore estimated that Apple has a lead of 12-18 months in content and two years in “media acquisition and integration via iTunes.” “What’s troubling for competitors” continues Whitmore, “is Apple’s growing scale advantages and leverage with the supply chain. We expect significant margin pressure among the host of undifferentiated Android-pads as dozens of vendor’s battle for shelf space.”
After this Apple’s iPad has an edge over the rivals Tablets makers.