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Apple continues to ramp up their new product launches, with each one becoming more ambitious than the previous one. On the heels of last Friday’s new iPad launch in the United States and nine other countries, 25 more spots on the world map are able to buy it today.
Apple is following up last week’s launch of the new iPad with availability in 25 more countries around the world today, Friday, March 23. Judging from this photo posted on the MacRumors website, eager fans lined up early in New Zealand, which is one of the 25 nations getting their new iPad fix today.
“Starting March 23 the new iPad will be available in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macau, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden,” Apple’s press release on March 14 reminded us.
The expanded rollout isn’t likely to make would-be buyers here in the U.S. feel any better, where new iPad availability for all models and colors is holding firm, shipping within one to two weeks. But hey, that’s still better than the two to three weeks we had to deal with last week, right?
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(Image courtesy of MacRumors and Twitter User @SiobhanKeoghNZ)