Well, a little while ago I commented that I found Apple’s 75% market share a bit hard to swallow.
Looks like I might be wrong.
According to Podcasting News:
Over 100 small and medium-sized MP3 music player factories have closed in China over the past few months.
“In Shenzhen only, three brands of MP3 players die out silently per month on average,” Jia Yaoyong, general manager of the north China branch of the Dazhong Electronic Appliance Company, was quoted as saying.
Two years ago, there were at least 300 MP3 player brands in the domestic market. The figure has declined to around 100, said Jia
I can only assume it is the relentless onward surge of iPods causing it…