New iPad To Launch in 12 More Countries This Friday

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Apple has announced that the new 2012 iPad will be released in 12 more countries this Friday, April 20.

The 12 countries where the new iPad will be released Friday are: Brunei, Croatia, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Malaysia, Panama, South Korea, St Maarten, Uruguay and Venezuela. One week later, April 27, it will be released in nine more countries: Colombia, Estonia, India, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, South Africa and Thailand.

March 16 was the original release day for the 2012 iPad, in the US and nine other nations. On March 23 it was launched in another 25 countries. So by the end of April that should make 56 countries that the new iPad is rolled out to – not too shabby for a little over a month after its initial release.

So far, this looks like a slightly faster-paced international rollout for the new iPad than we saw with the iPad 2 last year. Maybe Apple and its key suppliers really are getting a handle on demand this year.

If you’re in one of the 21 countries set for the iPad launch this week and next, let us know if you’re planning to get one.


Patrick Jordan

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One thought on “New iPad To Launch in 12 More Countries This Friday”

  1. Truly awesome! Now if all the posers would just stop and make STABLE apps and ride the ‘train’ as-is… Maybe a Dev version would be released to the public. For all of those modders, hackers and people who want to customize it like they do for Android. I prefer security and stable efficient function over beauty any day.

    Welcome to the world!

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