As noted by MacRumors, Apple appears to be preparing to roll out its new iPad to a number of new countries this weekend. The company added a total of 30 new countries to its iPad selection page, including Brazil and Argentina.
Apple has been extremely agressive with its international rollout of the new tablet, and this week’s move will nearly double the amount of countries in which the third-generation iPad is available. Keep reading for more details..
As noted by TheNextWeb, Apple is launching its latest iPad in nine new countries today. This means that the tablet is now available in 30 countries within less than 60 days of hitting the market, making it one of Apple’s fastest international product rollouts ever.
Apple missed iPad sales projections by nearly a million units last quarter. But between the upcoming educational buying season and increased availability, that shouldn’t happen again. Keep reading for a full list of the new countries…
It’s no secret that Apple’s new tablet has been an overwhelming success thus far. The company announced yesterday that it sold more than three million iPads during its opening weekend — a new record for tablet sales.
But perhaps even more impressive is the amount of iPads that are still available. Retailers still have tons of the tablets on hand, and Apple is looking to launch the new iPad in 24 more countries this Friday…
According to DigiTimes, Apple has allegedly cancelled its iPad 3 supply schedule for the latter half of 2011. Rumors have speculated that Apple would launch a third generation tablet at an upcoming media event this Fall, but sources overseas have confirmed that Apple has in fact postponed its launch for a later date.
Apple is still expected to unveil a new iPhone this Fall, with rumors suggesting that two new iPhone models could be introduced at once. The iPod line is expected to see a refresh as well, but those details remain a mystery.