Many will remember the hysteria amongst the phone-users, when O2 sold Apple iPhone handsets in the UK.
Online PR News – 16-March-2010 – – In no time, the device made history with its stunning looks and unmatched user-interface touch screen. Now, Apple is setting the same stage for its new upcoming product, Apple iPad.
The much-talked about device (Apple iPad) is coming with a 9.7-inch touch screen and will be available in three models. These include a 16GB model, a 32GB model and a 64GB model. Each model is reportedly be available with WiFi only or with both WiFi and 3G features and capabilities. The device is more of a combination of a smartphone and a laptop and runs a modified version of Apple iPhone operating system. Since it is coming from the house of Apple, many are eagerly waiting to get their hands on this much-hyped about Tablet PC.
However, there is still no clarity about which mobile service provider will sell this Apple product in the UK. Though, it is AT&T in the US, Apple has not made any decision yet as to which mobile network provider will be offering iPad in the UK. Notably, when Apple iPhone (http://www.bestcontractmobilephonedeals.co.uk/phone_deal_contract.asp?Ph=Apple--iPhone) handsets were launched in the UK, it was O2 which got the exclusive right to sell the product.
This time, all the three major operators, Orange, O2 and Vodafone are leaving no stone unturned to drag the deal on their side. Apple iPads have already created much hype in the market and people really want to buy this device. To meet the demand, Apple may also consider allowing all the three operators to sell the product. However, till the time picture gets clear, one can only watch and wait.