Sat, Dec 15, 2012 - Page 13 News List

Hundreds stay up late to grab Apple’s new offerings

By Helen Ku  /  Staff reporter

“There is a shortage of iPad Minis across the globe because of stronger-than-expected demand, and we are talking to Apple about getting more supplies,” Data Express general manager Grace Chu (朱慧蓮) said at a news conference, adding that she expects the new supplies to arrive after Christmas.

Currently, Apple stores only offer Wi-Fi versions of the iPad Mini and iPad 4.

In Taiwan, the iPad Mini is priced at NT$10,500 for the 16GB version, NT$13,500 for 32GB and NT$16,500 for 64GB, while the iPad 4 is priced at NT$15,900 for 16GB, NT$18,800 for 32GB and NT$21,900 for 64GB.

As for the iPhone 5, Apple posted on its Web site earlier this month that the 16GB version would retail for NT$21,900, 32GB for NT$25,500 and 64GB for NT$28,900.

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