Apple Left Behind Amazon And Roku, Thanks To Apple TV 4

Posted: Nov 8 2015, 12:11pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 9 2015, 9:09pm CST, in Apple


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Apple Left Behind Amazon and Roku, Thanks To Apple TV 4

Apple TV 4 is getting positive reviews.

Apple recently introduced its fourth-gen Apple TV which is a new black set-top box which provides you a completely novel and amazing experience.

The new set-top box also comes with an Apple Store which has number of great apps and provides users with a fantastic gaming experience.

As per a report from Silence, Apple has a larger market share in the aforementioned category than Amazon, Google, and Roku.

The report reveals that the fourth-generation Apple TV has become very popular among users. Due to the obvious popularity, Apple has finally grabbed 31-percent share of the hardware market in the United States.

Apple’s recent TV has provided with a total of 13 percent market share. Also, this revenue has only been generated in 7 days, since the launch of the TV.

The other 18% of the market share is previous versions’ efforts. One of them is the second-generation box which is still known among audiences due to FireCore and the Seas0nPass tool support.

Amazon got second place with 28% of market share which mostly came from the company’s Fire TV range. Roku’s latest set helped the company in getting third place with 25% percent share.

Google Chromecast stood fourth with 16%. The data is collected by the information of about 3 million shoppers in the United States.

The data was tracked and finally analyzed to complete the statistics. The report also revealed that about 58% of the Apple TV buyers stated that this is the type of hardware they had not used for about two years now.

This suggests that most of the people were already waiting for the Apple’s big release.

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