iPad Mini Finally Arrives In Brazil Next Week After An 8-Month Delay

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Foxconn has an iPad mini production plant inside Brazil but Apple still hasn’t made the iPad mini available in the country, even though it launched eight months ago in the U.S.  Brazilians won’t have to wait much longer though, as a new report claims that Apple make the iPad mini available in Brazil starting next Tuesday.

Macworld Brasil has pointed to a number of teaser images published in Brazil announcing the June 25th availability. FNAC and Saraiva will be the two local distributors to sell the iPad mini. Pricing has not been given yet, but it’s likely that it will be a bit more costly than in the U.S.

FNAC says that it will reveal prices and begin to take orders online at 8AM, local time, on June 25th.

  • Al

    Apple,please release ipad Mini 2 with retina ASAP.I need an iPad,and I really don’t want to spend my money on current mini at this point.

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