According to Cnet, Apple has declared to start selling the much anticipated iPad Mini wih Retina display, as the Apple stores began taking orders of the new device from the Monday midnight.
Just before the launch, Apple provided the technicians and resellers with necessary suggestion about the device, which was leaked out.
The 16GB and 32GB models of iPad Mini Retina series will require a time frame of 1-3 business days to be shipped to the consumers. In case of 64GB and 128GB models, it will take 5-10 business days for the delivery.
It is really surprising to see the beginning of the sale of the $399 iPad Mini Retina series right at this moment as it was not supposed to be available until “later November.”
However, a note published on Apple’s Global Service Exchange says that the iPad Mini Retina series will be released in USA, Australia, China, Hong Kong, China, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore.
The customers can purchase the iPad Mini with Retina display from both Apple online and retail stores. Other Apple resellers, including AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile, are also providing the device.