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A bigger iPad on the way?

Nova Safo Mar 6, 2015
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Apple is reportedly planning to start producing a bigger iPad with a 13-inch screen, and possibly with USB ports, by the second half of 2015.

The move would be aimed at business customers, says Eric Smith of Strategy Analytics, mirroring a strategy that a number of other companies are already employing  including Microsoft and Google’s Android.

HP has a line of rugged Android and Windows tablets specialized for in-the-field applications, and anti-microbial surface models for health care use, says Smith. “Other vendors like Lenovo and Dell are also addressing this market.” he says.

Microsoft has been selling its Surface Pro 3 tablet as a laptop alternative for both work and leisure use, and plans to release its new Windows operating system that can work on mobile and traditional PCs.

The question is “who can win over the CIOs in reliability, in security, in interoperability,” says Smith.

The battle is important because growth in the multi-billion-dollar tablet market is slowing down on the consumer side, says JP Bouchard of the market research firm IDC, but adoption of tablets in business is still nascent and has the potential for more growth.

“People are not replacing tablets every two years or even every three years. So that market is a bit saturated on the consumer space,” Bouchard says.

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