New iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display in SA next week: report

Apple’s latest iPad range, the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display, will be launched in South Africa next week

By - November 27, 2013 Share on LinkedIn
iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina

Apple’s latest iPad range – the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display – will be launched in South Africa next week. This is according to a report by Htxt Africa.

Apple announced an update to the 7.9-inch iPad Mini and the new iPad Air at an event in San Francisco, California on Tuesday, 22 October 2013.

Htxt Africa, citing a source close to Apple, said that the new iPad range “will go on sale near the end of next week”. Pricing has not been confirmed.

When questioned about the new iPad’s launch date in South Africa, the local iStore said that they have not received an official launch date from Apple yet.

Core Group, the official distributors of Apple products in South Africa, also said that there is no official release date for the new iPads in South Africa.

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