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Apple receives certification to sell Brazilian-made iPad 2

Apple has received certification to sell Brazilian-assembled iPad 2 units in that country, according to a MacRumors report. According to the report, Apple will begin selling Brazilian-made 16GB iPad 2 units alongside third-generation models once it launches. Apple has yet to receive certification for either Chinese- or Brazilian-assembled third-generation units, but the company is planning to launch the device in Brazil with at least some domestic production. The report notes that as with the iPhone, Chinese-assembled versions of the iPad made for sale in Brazil carry the BZ/A suffix, while their Brazilian-assembled counterparts carry the suffix BR/A.

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