hi everyone, i'm in the uk and was excited that the ipad will finally be coming, but i'm a singaporean and will be moving back in july. i was therefore tempted to buy the ipad here but had a lingering doubt whether an ipad 3g bought here will work equally well in other countries. so i called up the apple hotline to get an official word on this, and i was surprised to hear him say "the ipad 3g is built to work only on the 3g frequencies from the region it was sold", which logically means the same ipad 3g will not work in BOTH singapore and uk. so a frequent traveller between both countries like myself will need TWO ipads to use the 3g in both countries. how dumb is that? i then further clarified whether it will "not work at all" or be merely "deficient in performance", and he said it will not WORK at all, at least for 3G. i said "that's strange, since the iphone 3gs bought in singapore works in the UK. why shouldn't the ipad 3g be the same?" he replied "the ipad 3g is built differently." as if to offer some sort of consolation, he then added "the wifi will work everywhere though", as if i didnt already know that. there are rumors proliferating online that the ipad 3g will work everywhere, especially since steve himself said so; i'm not so sure who's right anymore. the big question is whether i should take a leap and buy a 3g here, and gamble that it will not work in singapore, because in any case even if i wait to buy an ipad 3g in singapore according to him it wouldn't work in the uk either. which is realllly sad because i'm an international student in the UK and will likely be travelling back and forth for the next 4 years. what are your opinions on this?