iDevice Activations Grew 2.3x On Christmas Day

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Remember when Tim Cook said it was going to be an iPad Christmas?

According to the latest analytics data from research group Flurry, it looks like he was spot-on.

While Amazon was the big Christmas winner (it saw a 24x bump on December 25 compared to a typical December day), the activation of new iOS devices grew by 2.3 times — more than rival Samsung. And although Apple’s percentage increase looks small next to Amazon’s, Flurry points out that:

While the magnitude of the Christmas increase is smaller … than … Amazon, their baseline level of activations is so large that even a doubling of daily activations on Christmas (1.9x for Samsung and 2.3x for Apple this year, according to our data) represents a large number of devices.

It will be interesting to see how well Apple did over Christmas in terms of sales, as numbers start to flood in over the coming days.

We’ve already reported on the fact that Christmas tweets concerning the iPad clobbered the tablet competition this holiday season. With two new iPads and iPhones out since last Christmas, it could turn out to have been an Apple festive season to remember.

Source: Flurry

Via: App Advice