Apple iPad Launches in Nine More Countries

Posted by Dhruv Bhutani, International Correspondent
on Jul 27th, 2010 GMT +2

Apple iPadGLOBAL - The famous Apple iPad has finally launched in several new countries last Friday.

The tablet has sold more than three million units since it arrived at store shelves early this year, and was only available in the USA and eight more countries.

The list of countries to get the iPad include Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand and Singapore. Apple has stated that both Wi-Fi-only and 3G models will be available at Apple outlets at launch.

Apple also stated that the device will be available in several more countries later this year. Pricing details regarding the same would be announced later.

In June the iPad was in the centre of controversy for its security issues, when 114 000 iPad 3G units were hacked, and email details stolen - some from US military personnel.

The Apple iPad is a tablet computing device which runs on the same operating system as the iPhone and iPod Touch line of products. It is powered by a custom-developed 1GHz processor chip, sports a 9.7" multi-touch display, and has three variants offering from 16GB of internal memory to 64GB.

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