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iPad now available in the Philippines

Apple is now offering the iPad in the Philippines. The company is selling all six models of iPad on its online store, with prices ranging from PHP 23,990 (roughly $541) for the 16GB Wi-Fi model to PHP 40,990 (~$924) for the 64GB 3G model. As TUAW notes, the iPad’s Filipino rollout was delayed quite a bit longer from the device’s U.S. launch than was the iPhone 4’s, which launched in the country just three months after its initial introduction.

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1

About time. I personally know someone who was robbed and murdered in the Philippines all because of their iPad.

Posted by Ron Mora on December 17, 2010 at 11:37 AM (CST)

2

well, i think it’s unsuccessful launch here in the philippines since ipad is somehow old, and everybody’sexcited about second generation ipad. In addition, some stores are offering ipads in prices lower than the srp

Posted by angel on December 19, 2010 at 9:26 PM (CST)

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