Apple has announced that the Wi-Fi versions of iPad mini and fourth generation iPad with Retina display will be made accessible to people in China on Friday, December 7, whereas iPhone 5 will be appearing in the market on Friday,December 14. The iPad mini and the new fourth generation iPad with Retina display are presently available in a few selected countries which include the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan and the UK .
The new iPad mini has a completely new iPad design, is 23 percent thinner and weighs 53 percent more light than the third generation iPad, with the 7.9-inch Multi-Touch display, FaceTime HD and 5 megapixel iSight cameras, improved wireless performance and the same old 10 hours of reliable battery life. The fourth generation iPad features brilliant and exquisite 9.7-inch Retina display, new Apple-designed A6X chip, FaceTime HD camera and a faster wireless performance. Since both the iPad and iPad mini have the same aspect ratio, all apps work seamlessly on both devices.
The thinnest and lightest iPhone ever, the iPhone 5, has been selling like hotcakes all around the world, despite its numerous flaws. While the rumors of an iPhone 5S being in the works are floating around, Apple is readying the launch of the iPhone 5 in China. In China, iPad mini and the fourth generation iPad will be available through the Apple Online Stores, and various others select Apple Authorized Resellers and by reservation from Apple retail stores. China has proved to be a collossal market for Apple products, and Apple is doing everything possible to cash in.
Customers eager to get their hands on the devices can do so the day before the launch. So far, which networks the hardware is coming to is still doubtful and undecided . China Unicom and China Telecom will be making some announcements of their own sooner or later.