New iPad Launches in 9 Additional Countries

Apple’s newest device has received universal praise from the iOS community as a whole. All across the board, it’s known as a revolutionary tablet with the much-anticipated features it boasts over its predecessor, the iPad 2. With the success the Cupertino-based company have seen in the initial months of sale for the device, they’ve released the tablet in an additional nine more countries.

The new iPad, though in huge demand, has remained to be available when walking into Apple Stores. Obviously, Apple are cranking out the device in their multiple production facilities both day and night to meet the demand.

First released in the U.S., the tablet brings some notable features to the table including a new A5X chip with quad-core graphics, an improved 5 megapixel rear camera, the stunning retina display that boasts a whopping resolution of 2048-by-1536-pixel resolution at 264 pixels per inch (ppi), and 1080p HD video recording.

Apple has released the new iPad in nine more countries, bringing up the total to a cumulative 57 countries worldwide. Countries added today include Colombia, Estonia, India, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, South Africa, and Thailand.

The same models as sold in the U.S. will be available in the aforementioned countries. However, remember that the new iPad doesn’t support any 4G LTE networks located outside the United States and Canada.

Let us know if you manage to get your hands on the device; it’s absolutely wonderful.