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Apple to begin selling iPad in China

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 13 Sep 2010 21:54 User comments (2)

Apple to begin selling iPad in China Apple has announced today that it will begin selling the Wi-Fi version of the iPad in China, via Apple Stores and authorized resellers.
The company will sell the 16GB version for 3,988 yuan ($589 USD), the 32GB version for 4,788 yuan ($707 USD) and the larger capacity 64GB version for 5,588 yuan ($825 USD).

Additionally, Apple will continue rolling out the iPad to other nations, announcing those release dates at a later time.

A recent rumor circulating says that an iPad with a front-facing camera and FaceTime will likely be released soon, breaking Apple's traditional 12-month product cycle for "i" devices.

The sources claim that the refreshed iPad is already in advanced testing stages, just five months after the launch of the first-generation tablet.

Expected launch date for the second-generation iPad? The Q1 2011.

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2 user comments

114.9.2010 4:53

LoL...good luck apple...in the time you have ignored them, they have developed hundreds of better units.

Oh wait, what am I saying...they had tablets years ago, and the iPad is little more than a scaled-down version of a cheap one.

217.9.2010 11:08

Wow, that's a lot of money... I know there are a lot of Chinese, but how many of them can actually buy one?


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