Hot on the heels of Apple dumping all iPad 2 models except the 16GB and Dick Smith selling off the entire range at bargain prices, Big W has joined the fray. Its prices are mostly $1 lower than Dick Smith, and I'd imagine other retailers will also be playing in similar areas. Worth considering if you don't need that extra pixel density and processor grunt.
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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.
As we've already noted, the iPad 2 will be in short supply on launch day. But there's a couple of potential areas where you can save money on the tablet itself or the SIM to go with it, courtesy of Big W and Optus.
Apple's second-generation tablet, the iPad 2, goes on sale today in Australia at 5pm. If you're already in a queue waiting to buy one, you've obviously already made up your mind: for everyone else, here's what you need to know.
Apple's 5pm launch time this Friday for the iPad 2 raises an interesting question: what happens in those Apple retail stores which would normally shut at 5:30pm? The answer appears to be: they'll be shutting on schedule.
With just over two days to go until the iPad 2 launches in Australia on Friday, Apple has finally set local pricing for the device. The weird thing? If you go to an Apple Store to buy it, you'll have to wait until 5pm.
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
It's coming at the end of March, and I for one will be buying an iPad 2 when it hits the shelves. Whether a first time buyer or an upgrader, here's five reasons you should be buying the new iPad.
In a little over three weeks, you'll be able to buy a shiny new iPad 2. But if you've already got an iPad, then the reasons for actually shifting to the new model are somewhat slim. Here's my take on why.
There's a little over three weeks to go before the iPad 2 hits Australia, but if you're not so fussed about the latest and greatest, Apple is selling off its original iPad stock at a serious reduction to the original launch price.