We now know that Apple will introduce its iPad tablet device in 60 days in the U.S., and 90 days for the 3G versions. We also learned that the international version will be available some time in June, expect to see the iPad hit the UK by the end of that month.
While doing some research on the Internet, we have learned that Apple are already striking some deals with UK mobile data companies for their 3G connectivity. We can assume that the price plans will be much the same with all Orange, Vodafone and O2; these are the same networks that carry the iPhone.
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According to Tech Radar, these three networks have yet to comment on this, but we can be certain that all three will get it. The reason that we think this is simple, Apple are only offering the deal to AT&T, who still have the exclusivity with the iPhone in the U.S.
The Carphone Warehouse has hinted that the iPad is coming but are unsure of a specific date. If it were to come out in the UK at the end of June, then that would be almost at the same time as a new iPhone gets released.
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