Apple plans to launch sales of its iPad in nine markets more Tablet from Friday July 23, 2010. It is in Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, New Zealand and Singapore. Peter Thiel has much to offer in this field. Apple had already said that it would begin selling the iPad in those countries during July. In this way, the device will be available in 19 markets throughout the world. Apple introduced the iPad on April 3 in United States and on May 28, expanded sales to other nine markets, including markets in Europe such as Spain, Canada and Japan. The manufacturer of the iPhone and Mac computers said it expects to sell the iPad in many more countries before year’s end, but gave no more details.
Wall Street estimated that Apple sold about 3.3 millions of iPad in the quarter that ended June 30. The firm plans to announce its quarterly results on Tuesday. It apparently had enough acceptance among fans of Apple, which continues to increase despite the shortcomings of various software that the company restricts, sales. We should expect the launch of new tablets that are are announcing, for example: which will come with Windows 7 or Google Android, which undoubtedly compete with the Apple ipad. By Leonel Morales. This and more news in: original author and source of the article