The moment weâ€™ve been waiting for has finally arrived - Apple has commercially launched the iPad Air. Apple started sales of the fifth-generation iPad Air a little after midnight Pacific time in the United States. Thanks to the plentiful supply, all iPad Air models show immediate availability for in-store pickup.
Besides Appleâ€™s Online Stores, the iPad Air can be bought from the following carriers (direct links at the end): AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and third-party retailers: Walmart, Target, Best Buy, RadioShack (in-store only). As reported a few days ago, Walmart is selling the iPad Air at $479, a discount of $20 from Appleâ€™s price. Best Buy is expected to price match Walmart's $479 price, as well. While Target hasnâ€™t made anything official, itâ€™s unlikely that the big-box retailer wonâ€™t discount the iPad Air with the same $20.
If you buy the iPad Air from Appleâ€™s Online Store in Canada or Europe, you will get the fifth-generation iPad delivered within 24 hours. In Europe, the iPad Air is launching in the following countries Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.
Are you going to buy the iPad Air this year? And if so, then what version would you prefer?
- Buy iPad Air from Apple Online Store
- Buy iPad Air from AT&T
- Buy iPad Air from Verizon
- Buy iPad Air from Sprint
- Buy iPad Air from T-Mobile
- Buy iPad Air from Walmart
- Buy iPad Air from BestBuy
- Buy iPad Air from Target
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