iPad 2 fans don't have to cross the ocean to hold the woven bags to rush to buy the US version. The JS who hold high-priced inventory in their hands please also quickly clear the goods, because the era of ultra-million-dollar pit prices will soon be over. Apple has announced that the iPad 2 will be officially listed on the Hong Kong market in April.
Apple today released an official press release confirming that the iPad 2 will be officially listed in 25 countries this Friday including: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Japan, originally on the list of countries listed in this list, was delayed in time due to earthquake and tsunami disasters.
Like the United States starting, Appleâ€™s official online store in these countries will start selling online at 1am on Friday and store it at 5pm.
At the same time, Apple also explicitly announced that the iPad 2 will be listed in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and other places in April, and will continue to expand sales in the future.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs spoke in a press release: "Competitors are still trying to catch up with our generation of iPads, and we have once again changed the rules of the game with iPad 2. The demand for the iPad 2 in the US market is staggering, and the world's Consumers have already told us that they have long been impatient with the iPad 2. We thank everyone for their patience and we will do our best to make more iPads to meet everyone's needs.â€