The rest of the world may have been enjoying Apple’s iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 devices for some time now, but it’s only this week that they’re first due to officially go on sale in China, Apple revealed today.
Both feature support for China’s wide range of network standards, including TD-LTE and FDD-LTE support alongside DC-HSDPA and HSPA+.
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The 16GB iPad Air 2 with Wi-Fi + Cellular will go on sale for 4,488 RMB (~ $720), while the largest 128GB model will cost $5,888 RMB (~ $950). The iPad mini 3 with WiFi + Cellular will start from 3,788 RMB (~ $612) and will go up to 5,188 RMB (~$838).