According to a new report from JPMorgan Chase, tablet makers working on iPad competitors are not attracting as many customers as they had hoped.
The New York Times has more: “The report, which was issued on Wednesday, said companies building products to compete with the iPad have slowed production by as much as 10 percent since this time last March. At that time, the report said, competing tablet companies created 81 million tablets; this year the number has fallen to 73 million.”
Watch out for a bubble in this area. According to the Times, Mark Moskowitz the author of the report, has warned of a possible tablet bubble burst.
Do you think any tablet makers can take on Apple?