The iPhone 5, iPad mini and iPad 4 were debuted in China not too long ago, although according to reports, it seems that the debut of these devices were somewhat underwhelming which seems to go against the typical furor that accompanies the launch of Apple products. In any case it seems that residents in China who don’t want a WiFi-only model of the iPad mini or iPad 4 will be pleased to learn that Chinese authorities have recently given Apple the green light to sell 3G and LTE versions of both the iPad mini and iPad 4. The permit granted will allow carriers such as China Unicom and China Telecom to sell the tablets, so those are some of the possible venues that customers can go to if they want to get their hands on the tablet. No word on when exactly the 3G and LTE models are expected to go on sale, but hopefully they will be met with a bit more enthusiasm compared to their WiFi-only counterparts.
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