Joe Wilcox:

RBC Capital Markets analyst Mike Abramsky released a report indicating that Apple is now selling about 200,000 iPads a week, compared to 246,000 iPhone 3GSes and 110,000 Macs. Data is for United States. That puts iPad’s sales rate nearly double the Mac, and that’s with constrained tablet supplies. How much greater could they be if Apple met demand.

I would be surprised if the iPad ever sold less than Macs, and I am surprised that it is fairing so well against the cheaper iPhone.

Posted by Ben Brooks