The iPad mini was introduced on October 23, Apple representatives have stated that the version of the device with Wi-Fi will be released on November 2, and the model with support for LTE will be available in the market after 2 weeks.
However, according to 9to5Mac, Apple removed the day before the date of delivery of page pre-order iPad mini, equipped with wireless module networks, third and fourth generation. And despite the fact that before a California company was going to ship the tablet on November 23, which is already more than two weeks initially sounded.
@9to5mac apple removed the ship date from my iPad mini LTE. It was 23rd now it says mid November.
Jason Vance (@vancejason) October 31, 2012
Apparently, Apple can not cope with the high demand for iPad mini. And it’s even harder with the LTE/4G integrated tablet to be produced. In the U.S., pre-orders for new gadgets in the Apple online store began Friday, a couple days after the announcement. Just a few minutes waiting time white version of the device with a Wi-Fi extended to two weeks. This means that users in the U.S. have bought the entire first batch of white mini-tablets. On Sunday, Apple ran in the U.S. and the black iPad mini.
Prices of iPad mini in versions with Wi-Fi starts at $329, integrated with Wi-Fi +4 G / LTE stand for $130 more.