| January 15, 2013 | No comment yet
Apple just announced today that the newest generation iPad and iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular models are finally going to be available in China on Friday, January 18, bringing the total countries worldwide that offer the model to 100. Based on the launch of the Wi-Fi only iPads in China this past December, the news may fall flat on Friday.
The launch of the most recent generation iPad and iPad mini in China should be big news, but it seems that the birthplace of Apple’s tablet may be getting tired of new releases these days. It was only in July of 2012 that China legally got the third-generation iPad in stores. A few months later, Apple announced the fourth-generation iPad. In the U.S., we all felt cheated by the quick release of the newest model iPad and we got ours in March. Imagine how they must have felt.
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