Customers looking to buy the new fourth-generation iPad with Wi-Fi are going to have to wait a bit. Apple's site currently lists the Wi-Fi-only model as shipping in one week. The device is slated to hit store shelves on Friday for early purchasers.
and started taking preorders on Friday. Customers who ordered before today will be able to get their devices as of the November 2 launch. New buyers will need to wait until next week, though Apple hasn't said until exactly when.
Apple's pages for the LTE-equipped iPad haven't changed and still show a "mid-November" ship date.
The fourth-generation iPad comes with the new A6X processor, which is expected to double the processing and graphical power of the third-generation slate Apple delivered earlier this year. There aren't other major changes.
The iPad Mini's initial supply ran out yesterday, and its availability was.
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