Apple's Global Domination Continues

James Mowery November 2 Apple

If someone asks you which company is most likely to take over the world, there should be little question in your mind as to which company it would be: Apple. That’s because Apple, along with the Steve Jobs’ brilliance, knows how to make products that the world desires. So it should come as no shock that the latest statistical evidence is suggesting that the plan is working.

The company has a total control of mobile music players, significant share of mobile phones, a growing share of desktop and laptop computers, and now we learn that the company controls 95 percent of the tablet computing market — a market that Apple’s competition has had years to establish itself in — according to a Strategy Analytics report.

Global domination is inevitable. Thankfully, I already know which side I’m on. Do you?

Written by James Mowery

James Mowery is a passionate technology journalist and entrepreneur who has written for various top-tier publications like Mashable and CMSWire. Follow him on Twitter: @JMowery.

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  • will all due respect, thank you captain obvious.

    apple created the tablet market and, as usual, set the bar high. nothing else existed as true competition. just like when the iPhone came out. it took a few years for Android to start kicking its ass.

    also, lets be serious. Google is in a much better place to take over the control. Oooo, apples got portable mp3 players, ONE tablet, ONE phone and a line of laptops with overheating issues. Google has cars that can drive themselves, internet search, internet browser, a mobile OS, a netbook OS, countless web applications, several phones (google experience) and voted the number one place to work (giving them the cuddly and warm image).

    Gun to your head, who’d you rather be controlled by Eric Shmidt or Steve Jobs. (iphone owners aren’t allowed to answer this, they are biased because jobs is watching them though facetime)

  • it’s not big here in the Indian mobile market, and the iPad is yet to launch could buy one at 200% price if you want to though.

  • Before they said it was Microsoft?