iPad 2 to officially launch in Dubai

iStyle will begin selling the iPad2 in UAE on 29th April
The official Apple reseller in the UAE, iStyle, will be launching the iPad 2 on 29th April. (Getty Images)
The official Apple reseller in the UAE, iStyle, will be launching the iPad 2 on 29th April. (Getty Images)


The Middle East's official Apple premium reseller, iStyle, has announced that it will be launching the iPad 2 in the UAE on 29th April.

All models of the iPad 2 sold out within days of being launched in the US.

"We are excited to announce the official launch of iPad 2 in the UAE this coming Friday, 29th April," said iStyle in a TweeT.

On 14th March, grey market iPad 2's began selling in Dubai at prices ranging from $870.93 for the 16GB Wi-Fi only version to $1,292.85 for the 64GB 3G Wi-Fi version on ALshop.com, while mygsm.me is selling the 16GB 3G plus Wi-Fi model for $980.26 and aido.com is selling the 16GB 3G plus Wi-Fi device for $1,099 and the 16GB Wi-Fi only model for $969.95.

The iPad 2 is 33% slimmer and 15% lighter than the first model and has a front and a rear-facing camera.
No prices for the iPad 2 have yet been announced by iStyle.

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