If you are one of the 53.2 million people currently with an iPad, there’s a good chance you’ve already developed habits related to how you best like to use your device.

The team at Infographic Labs has put together an infographic that details how users have embraced the iPadover the years, from using it while watching TV to cozying up to it in bed or even using it in the bathroom.

There’s no denying that the iPad’s popularity has grown significantly over the years — only 11.5 million people owned an iPad in 2010, but that number grew to 28 million users in 2011. Now, the Apple device makes up 65% of all owned tablets on the market.

Even though the device has experienced massive growth among different demographics and age groups, it remains most popular among male users (66%), with those ages 25 to 36 leading the pack.

Web browsing is also the top activity done on the iPad, followed by checking email (54%), reading the news (54%) and visiting social networking sites. Not surprisingly, about 70% of iPad users enjoy playing with their device while watching TV. About 57% use it while lying in bed, 25% use it while in the bathroom and 21% access it while shopping.

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0 thoughts on “RIM’s & BlackBerry’s communications breakdown”

  1. It was frustrating as a blackberry user, but if a network dropped out for three days would a user consider swapping networks? Yes, blackberry were a little too quiet for my liking, but they got the problem fixed and will hopefully learn from their mistakes.

    1. Great comment Liz, certainly I’ll be thinking hard about whether to stay with them when my contract is due for renewal in January, they haven’t be clear in their communication, and whilst it can take a while to solve the problem they should be clearer about the timeframe they expect it to take.

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