Apple previously promised iPad preorders from May 10th, but the company has only recently confirmed that customers in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, Japan and the UK can received their devices on May 28th. The 16GB iPad WiFi goes for £429, while the 32GB one will cost £499 and the 64GB version £599.
As far as the 3G iPad is concerned, you’ll spend £529 for the 16GB tablet and add an extra £70 for the 32GB one, while the 64GB unit goes for £699. We have to mention that this international launch is delayed, compared to the original announcement, because the US demand was too big.
Screen shortages were the one to blame, apparently and the stocks in the US still have issues with supplying. Some folks are even less lucky, with launches scheduled for July in countries like Belgium, Austria, Ireland, Mexico and Netherlands.