As I suggested in a previous post (where I completely failed to guess the name of the iPad correctly), the results of iPad sales seem to be the only thing exceeding the hype around iPad.
According to Quantcast, iPad constituted 5% of all mobile web traffic consumption on launch day.
In fact, they’re selling so fast that Apple has been forced to delay the international launch of iPad (just six days after insisting the launch would not be delayed by US success).
It’s interesting to note how important new iPad apps are in driving iPad sales. Folks continue to underestimate apps.
The delay in selling ipads internationally due to unforeseen domestic demand is a fiction:”The US Federal Communications Commission allows devices with Wi-Fi capability to broadcast at higher power levels than are allowed in Europe and Israel…”see:http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/tablets/israel-bans-ipad-over-wireless-concerns-20100416-skhd.html