Google may be confident we'll all be using Android devices in the coming years - but it looks like analysts disagree with claims that it just can't match up the experience of iOS on a tablet.
A record number of orders for the new iPads have been put in according to Apple and Canaccord Securities analyst Mike Walkley reckons Apple will continue to dominate both market and value share in the growing tablet market into next year.
But crucially, he reckons Android manufacturers themselves have told him that they just can't compete:
“We believe Apple has extended its leadership position in the fast growing tablet market, and we have increased our 2012 and 2013 iPad tablet share estimates.
"We believe the new iPad has raised the bar relative to competing tablets with impressive hardware specs, competitive pricing, and the leading software ecosystem of over 200k iPad-specific applications.”
“At MWC, our meetings with Android OEMs focused on smartphones as tablet OEMs indicated difficulty competing with the iPad 2, let alone the new iPad.”