The iPad will be available in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the U.K. on Friday, May 28
Good stuff – nine more countries now have just over three weeks to wait for the iPad to be available. And pre-orders for both the WiFi and 3G models begin next Monday, May 10th.
Apple also announced today that the iPad will be launched in July in Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand and Singapore.
Apple Insider is also reporting some international pricing for the iPad:
16GB – €479 Europe, £429 U.K., $549 Canadian, $629 Australian
32GB – €579 Europe, £499 U.K., $649 Canadian, $759 Australian
64GB – €679 Europe, £599 U.K., $749 Canadian, $879 Australian
Wi-Fi + 3G iPad
16GB – €579 Europe, £529 U.K., $679 Canadian, $799 Australian
32GB – €679 Europe, £599 U.K., $779 Canadian, $928 Australian
64GB – €779 Europe, £699 U.K., $879 Canadian, $1,049 Australian
For those of you living in Europe / Canada / Australia, how are those prices looking to you? About what you’re used to and expecting?