Despite iPhone 5 being around for about two months now and the iPad mini and iPad 4, a month or so, Apple’s new line of gadgets is yet to see the light of day in China — which is bizarre and hardly beneficial for the Cupertino-based company, as China is by far the biggest mobile market today.
Not to worry though, because all three iDevices will become available throughout the next two weeks. The two iPads will become available next Friday, the 7th of December. The iPad mini will go for between $329 (16 GB model) and $529 (64 GB version) and will be included with Wi-Fi, in only black or white color options.
The larger iPad will start at $499 (with 16 GB) and will go for as much as $699 (with 64 GB of storage) This will also include Wi-Fi in black or white. As for the iPhone 5, that’ll start selling a week later, on the 14th, for between $199 (16 GB model) and $399 (64 GB variation) – with contracts. At the same time, the iPad 2, iPhone 4S and iPhone 4’s prices will be discounted to $399, $99 and $0 respectively.
Via [Business Wire]