New iPad accounts for 6 percent of iPad traffic

New iPad accounts for 6 percent of iPad traffic

Summary: On a state-by-state basis, California leads in terms of new iPad adoption with a 6.7 percent adoption rate.

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Apple's new iPad (aka the iPad 3) already accounts for more than 6 percent of all US iPad traffic on Chitika Insights advertising network.

Here's the data at the time of writing:

See also: How do sales of the new iPad compare to historical sales data for Apple products?

On a state-by-state basis, California leads in terms of new iPad adoption with a 6.7 percent adoption rate, closely followed by Nevada with 6.5 percent and Connecticut with 6.4 percent. The state with the lowest adoption rate listed is Louisiana with 3.7%. Note that a number of states aren't yet listed because the sample size is too low to provide an accurate percentage.

Check out Chitika Insight's real-time iPad adoption tracker here.

Apple sold 3 million new iPads over the weekend following its release, and it seems that people have been quick to whip them out of the box and start surfing the web on them.

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Image credits: Chitika Insights

Topics: iPad, Apple, Enterprise Software, Mobility

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  • It's still a fad though right Loverock??

    3 million in three days is a fad. It has to be 3.5 million to not be a fad.
    http404
    • Well, to be fair

      He's probably melting under the onslaught of the heat storm caused by his very own brace of new iPads.
      ego.sum.stig
    • Correct

      These numbers show it to be a fad. Lets look at the facts, 3 million sold which is supposed to be a record, but the this data says its only 6% of traffic. If it was a record and there were 3 million sold we'd see the new iPad having a larger share. Its got fad written all over it.
      Loverock Davidson-
      • Don't tell him

        Loverock did not notice that the other 94% of traffic was also iPads, just not the latest model. So he missed the math about there being 50 million iPads running around loose just in the U.S.

        Sure laugh at him. But chuckle quietly, so as not to let him know.
        Robert Hahn