Apple, Amazon tablets lead J.D. Power survey

09/13/2012 | CNET · TechCrunch · Computerworld

Consumers gave Apple's iPad a slight edge over Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet in a J.D. Power satisfaction survey of those who have owned their device for less than two years. Samsung Electronics followed in third place. The survey also found users spend an average of 7.5 hours a week on their tablets and increasingly prefer their larger screens to smartphone displays. An IDC report on global second-quarter smartphone share found the Windows Phone at 3.5%, up from 2.3% a year ago, as Android's share grew to 68.1% and Apple's iOS dipped to 16.9%.

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