73m shipments in a 118m total.
Gartner is the latest market analyst to chip in its estimates for the tablet market. And guess what? It's all about Apple.
The firm reckons overall tablet sales this year will hit 118.9 million units. Within this total, 62 per cent will be iPads. It's a hugely impressive performance and shows that there's little sign of other tablets threatening Apple's dominance.
"Despite PC vendors and phone manufacturers wanting a piece of the pie and launching themselves into the media tablet market, so far, we have seen very limited success outside of Apple with its iPad," said Gartner research VP Carolina Milanesi.
Will the Kindle Fire or the Galaxy Tab ever make a dent? Will the expected WinPho tablets threaten the Cupertino hegemony? Time will tell.
But Gartner's numbers suggest only a slight Apple decline in share.
It estimates the iPad will sell 170m units in 2016, against 369m devices overall. That's a 46 per cent share.