In spite of the rich tablet offering spotted at IFA 2010, Apple will still have to up the iPad production, in order to meet demand. Analyst Katy Huberty from Morgan Stanley claims that the Cupertino giant will have to increase the production of its slate up to 3 million units per month, in order to keep the public satisfied and get enough units for the holiday season.

This means quite an increase when compared to the 2 million units per month that Apple is already making. Experts estimate that Apple could sell 10 million iPads this year alone, which is an extremely impressive feat for any device out there. Will any other tablet be able to reach the same figure over the following 3-4 years?

[via slashgear]