iPad 2 to arrive here in April

Apple representative in Israel says the price of the tablet in shekels would be similar to the original iPad.

March 6, 2011 23:02
The Jerusalem Post

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Apple’s iPad 2, which goes on sale in the US on Friday, will be available for purchase in Israel at the beginning of April. Israeli importer iDigital, the official representative of Apple products in Israel, said the price of the tablet in shekels would be similar to the original iPad.

According to iDigital, both Wi-Fi models and Wi-Fi+3g models of the iPad 2 will be available for purchase at the iDigital stores. They could not say which companies will be providing the 3G network for the tablet, but a 3G subscription is currently available for the original iPad with the cellphone company Orange.
The current prices for the original iPad, according to the iDigital website, start at NIS 1,999 for the Wi-Fi only model with a minimum 16GB memory. The Wi- Fi+3G model with the maximum 64GB memory of the original iPad costs NIS 2,999. An iDigital representative said more details would be available soon.

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