Unless you live under a rock or on another planet you will have seen at least one article relating to Apple’s latest product, the iPad. The iPad is is essentially a tablet version of the popular iPhone OS with so much more to give.
The iPad has been selling thick and fast in the USA, reaching a million sales in just 28 days. Yesterday Apple announced the news all of us non-us citizens have been patiently waiting for – the iPad will be launching in nine more countries around the world on the 28th of May.
The iPad is said to have a suggested retail price of £429 (inc. VAT) for 16GB, £499 (inc. VAT) for 32GB, £599 (inc. VAT) for 64GB for Wi-Fi models and £529 (inc. VAT) for 16GB, £599 (inc. VAT) for 32GB and £699 (inc. VAT) for 64GB for Wi-Fi + 3G models.
News of this is spreading fast and UK phone network Orange have already released price plans to accompany the iPad:
I’m looking forward to seeing one in the flesh in my local Apple Store, and who knows perhaps investing?
Mike Hudson is a Systems engineer living and working in Kingston Upon Hull. With extensive experience in Microsoft and Apple technologies, ranging from desktop OS’s to Server OS’s and hardware. By day working as part of an infrastructure team, and by night ridding the world of IT issues through blog posts..