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Just in case you thought there were;t enough places to buy an iPad2, Telstra is taking pre-orders for iPad2. Customers can register their interest to receive more information about in-store availability and pricing by heading to Telstra's website.


iOS 5 still officially lacks support for multiple email signatures. If you've got more than one email account on your iPhone or iPad, then Lifehacker reader Ned Smith has provided a dynamite tip for creating multiple email sigs


Having promised to sell the iPad 2 on contract earlier this month, Vodafone has released pricing today, one day before it apparently begins selling the devices. We haven't seen the iPad 2 on any contract offers in Australia before, but will that payment flexibility be enough to overcome well-established cynicism in the market about Vodafone's actual 3G network? We've got a full Planhacker table of prices to help you decide.


The iPad 2 is officially out (if in short supply) in Australia, and most carriers have made tweaks to their existing iPad micro-SIM offerings to recognise the occasion. Here's an up-to-date and interactive listing of all the monthly and prepaid micro-SIM deals for iPad users.


Dear Lifehacker, I am travelling to the US next week for work, and I would like to pick up an iPad 2. Assuming I can find one, I would be looking for a Wi-Fi only model. Would there be any disadvantages to buying in the US as opposed to Australia? Will it work with my Australia iTunes account OK? Thanks, Tablet Traveller


The good news? Australians will only have to wait a fortnight after the US release of the iPad 2 for the second generation of Apple's tablet to go on sale in Australia, with the device set to hit stores on Friday March 25. The bad news? We don't yet have pricing details.