"Prospective iPad purchasing in USA"

Callummac

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Hey There,

I'm traveling to the USA in April and planning to buy an iPad 2 64 GB WiFi+3G (assuming that it will come in this capacity etc). I've looked on the Apple Store Online (US) and found that you have to buy an at&t or verizon specific model.. :confused: Do you think either model will work in Australia ?
 
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Kadin

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Hey There,

I'm traveling to the USA in April and planning to buy an iPad 2 64 GB WiFi+3G (assuming that it will come in this capacity etc). I've looked on the Apple Store Online (US) and found that you have to buy an at&t or verizon specific model.. :confused: Do you think either model will work in Australia ?
You can simply buy a wifi model as well...
 

Callummac

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Mar 3, 2011
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"Prospective iPad purchasing in USA"

My apologies xD I will use proper engrish next time.

And yes i could simply use WiFi but why have an iPad without 3G ? It makes no sense.. well to me anyway
 
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ClutchThese

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it will work. As long as nothing changes from the first to the second gen, in term of network locking, you will be able to change the sim out for a local data sim.
 

Callummac

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Mar 3, 2011
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Cheers

Cheers mate, Sick off Apple charging exorbitant amounts in Aus v. what they charge in the USA :mad:
 

biw999

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My apologies xD I will use proper engrish next time.

And yes i could simply use WiFi but why have an iPad without 3G ? It makes no sense.. well to me anyway
Well I figure when I'm out and about(times when you would use 3G) I can just use my iPhone 4 because I'm never in a situation where I'm not around wifi and I need to intensely web browse. I may need to look something up real quick so I'll just look it up on my phone as oppose to busting out the iPad for a 1-2 min web browsing sesh.

Its all relative though. If you need it, you need it.
 
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