Apple iPad 2 reaches the rest of the world, lines start forming now
Apple's iPad 2 made its offficial debut
in the States, but as stores stateside suffer from shortages and
delivery times have grown to the discouraging over 4 weeks, the rest
of the world is getting the iPad today. Launch time is 5pm in most countries, but waiting lines have already started
forming. Unlike the huge queues in the US, we're looking at smaller
yet nevertheless ludicrous lines of people waiting for a gadget. The second-gen tablet will be made available in 25 additional countries today including Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, France and Germany.
When it comes to pricing, there could be some differences as prices in Canada for example, start from $519 for the 16 gig Wi-Fi only model and ranging to $849 for the 64GB version with 3G radio. But this won't stop people from getting the "third post-PC blockbuster" product, will it? Especially given that no other similar product currently on the market matches that price point. But if you want a more substantial evidence than just our word for it, check out the footage and images below.
source: TwitPic and MobileSyrup
1. 530gemini posted on 25 Mar 2011, 13:56 0 0
Hmmmm, I thought android users said that only Americans would fall in line for an ipad. Let me guess what android users will say. "Those are Americans who flew to other countries to get the ipad2", LOL.
2. youreanidiot (unregistered) posted on 25 Mar 2011, 17:00 0 2
You are an Idiot. Not funny.