The new iPad” represents 5.52% (average of the last 24 hours) of all iPad traffic, according to Chitika Insights (http://www.chitika.com). Apple sold over three million units in the first four days the next gen tablet was on sale.
With Silicon Valley regarded as the long standing capital of tech in the US, it’s no surprise that California leads the country in adoption of the iPad. with a 6.3% share of traffic, says Chitika Insights. Connecticut follows closely behind with an adoption rate of 6.1%, says the research group.
Another notable includes New York, where “The new iPad” represents 5.65% of all iPad traffic, positioning the state as the fourth friendliest state to the new product. Generally, it appears that coastal states tend to lead the way in adoption rates while more central states have lagged so far, according to Chitika Insights.